Welcome to the Scharrer family's real life story! Most of our story is written for, and about, our four kids and the spice they add to our lives. It's our story of happiness, craziness, and sometimes ridiculousness. We've journaled through childbirth, the terrible two's, private school (and our public school experience), an autism diagnosis, medical school, residency, and long-term mission work in Africa.

Now we're following a new adventure, which involves a 45 foot motorcoach, homeschool, and as many ski slopes as we can go down in one year.

For posts from while we were living in Zimbabwe and updates about our future plans in Zimbabwe, please see our mission blog...

www.ourzimbabwejourney.blogspot.com.

Welcome!

Welcome to the Scharrer family's "real life" story! Written by mom, edited by Dad.  Most of our story is written for, and about, our four kids and the spice they bring to our lives.  It's a story of happiness, craziness, and sometimes ridiculousness as we navigate the road of parenthood.  Other parts of our story include daily triumphs and mess-ups, lifetime dream fulfillments and disappointments.  God is good and is constantly at work.  With both smiles and tears, He has written us into a better story than we ever could have written for our ourselves.  We're thankful to be able to share this walk  from parenthood, to medical school, to residency, and onto following God's lead to Africa.  “As the Scripture says, ‘Everyone who calls out to the Lord for help will be saved.’ But how can they call to him for help if they have not believed? And how can they believe if they have not heard the message? And how can they hear if the message is not proclaimed? And how can the message be proclaimed if the messengers are not sent out? As the Scripture says, ‘How wonderful is the coming of messengers who bring good news!’” Romans 10:13-15


God made my life complete when I placed all the pieces before Him... God rewrote the text of my life when I opened the book of my heart to His eyes.
Psalm 18:20,24 (The Message)

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We write to taste life twice, once in the moment and in retrospection.”
~Anais Nin