We had our very multi-national youth group of about 20 people over for a movie night last night, which was fun. We have representatives from North and South America, Europe and Africa, making up the diverse group of people I’m happy to call my friends.
This morning he took me (Janelle) out for my first driving lesson on the back roads and around our neighborhood. I practiced shifting, turning and driving backwards while maneuvering the rough roads, bush, around pedestrians and the few vehicles we encountered. It takes practice but I think I’m starting to get the hang of it.
Austin and Emily are right now enthusiastically participating in a Tae Kwan Do class that is given by a missionary here whose husband is a pilot. Austin has an orange belt and Emily, yellow.
Monday we start school again after our three-week Easter Break. It has been nice to have some time off though Austin and I have had lots of homework to do. Luckily, Emily doesn’t have to deal with that large of a school work load yet but her day is coming.
Thank God we’re all in good health and your prayers are always appreciated. I still hold claim that we live very typical lives here in Mozambique, though I guess it all has to do with perspective.