The Netherlands Pt. 4: The Many Faces of Brenda

Of course I love to travel. Seeing new places is one of my great joys. But my trip to Holland was not primarily about Holland. I never would have thought to travel there had my sister not moved. Brenda is in Holland assisting missionary Judy Mensch with a theater project. You see, my sister is both a Rev. and a professional stage manager; So she certainly fits the bill for this calling. If you would like more info on Judy and Brenda’s project go to

Life’s a play. And it’s a comedy!

Brenda by” Fishing For Souls”

I thought it fitting to get a picture of Brenda by this picture since it is her purpose in Holland. From here however our museum journey quickly devolved into madness!

Brenda by “Portrait of a Dead Bunny”

Brenda saying “Don’t eat fruit that looks like this.”

Bugs on fruit

Brenda and the “Angry Swan”

Brenda has made many new friends in the church.

Brenda and Judy Mensch

Brenda and friends Willem and Mirjam Jackson with son Ian

Brenda and Friend Mona Lichtenveldt at a cafe in Haarlem

Brenda and friend The Dutch Leprechaun

So as you can see, Brenda is adjusting well and meeting many new and wonderful people. Still no one can quite replace her big brother.

Brenda saying good-bye


8 thoughts on “The Netherlands Pt. 4: The Many Faces of Brenda

  1. 🙂
    Wow … Now I really feel like I’ve been there 🙂
    Blessings and thanks for sharing,

    P.S. The bugs look (a little too) real 🙂

  2. Ohhh brother! Remind me never to let you loose with a camera again! HEEEHEEE. Good times big bro good times! Miss ya! And can’t wait to see what we will get to see when next you visit. 🙂

    • No way I am definitely taking my camera! How else could I get such candid pics? I think Gronigken is a great idea. Maybe we could push upward into Denmark?

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