A visit to the frizerie = confusion and laughter

6 thoughts on “A visit to the frizerie = confusion and laughter”

  1. That was a great story! You’re going to have more memories than you know what to do with! Good thing you have a blog to refer to. LOL! BTW – I think your haircut looks great! Hope all is well and that you’re happy. Take care and be safe!


  2. Sara, Is there any way to communicate by letter with you? If so would you appreciate that or is it better to use email? (I am a little bit “old school” however email is good for me too. I absolutely love what you are doing with your life in the peace corps. I can’t wait until you return home to talk to you about the adventure, and I want to hear more about why/how you made the decision to join Peace Corps. I wish I had known before you left. You remind me of myself when I was your age. I did some very courageous, independent things with my life before I settled down with Mike, and that was not until I was 46 years old. So, I use “settled down” loosely however, because with Mike, led by God, he has taken me down a few roads I don’t think I would have chosen. In retrospect, it is exactly where God wanted and wants us now. I praise you for stepping out in faith, taking risks and doing something to make the world a better place. You have great courage and faith, and I really can’t wait to talk to you in person about your experience. I have a question for you. Do you have the opportunity to go to church and if so how is that in Moldova? Peace, Love and Safety to you. Jolene Hulson

    PS Your new hairdo is pretty! however don’t let them cut it any shorter, because on a bad hair day there is nothing easier or more comfortable than a ponytail or quick updo bun.:)


    1. Thank you Jolene! So fun to hear from you — you’re welcome to send mail if you’d like, but keep in mind that it can take 3-4 weeks if it even arrives at all. Here’s my contact info: https://sarajoyhoy.wordpress.com/contact-me/
      So far I have been getting letters and cards from a few people but I know there are some volunteers that haven’t received ones they have been waiting for. Email is fine too, and of course it’s a lot quicker. If you’d prefer to email I can send you my address.
      I’d love to share more with you when I return although it won’t be for another ~18 months or so until I return home. It’s always an adventure when God leads us on these faith journeys in life that makes us see how much we need to trust Him in these places that are so beyond ourselves and need for Him to lead and guide us through them. Thank you for your encouraging words and story – would love to connect more!
      As for church, I have found a church here in my city that is in Romanian that I go to occasionally — there are many weekends I am traveling or am so exhausted by the weekend. Lately, I have been trying to keep up with Calvary online and stay connected to a church that way. 🙂


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