I have never been this long without Steve since we are
married. It seems strange but I do get used to it, I get into a routine for
myself and for Oscar and it works. But it’s hard work to be the one always
responsible. So I am definitely looking forward for Steve to come home in a
couple of days.
I’ve tried to find a balance between going out and seeing
people and not going crazy and keeping a routine at home for Oscar. At our main
support centre half an hour drive away they organise a pre-school class, which
I really enjoy going to. So Oscar and me went and we took Lincoln along. We had
a long but fun morning away together. Also catching up with another missionary
family that came out to the support centre for a break.
Oscar has started to say a few more words now, but I can’t tell whether he prefers Dutch or English. He uses both; ‘ka’ for car, ‘pus’ for
It is such a blessing to live here
Last week on Sept 16th we celebrated PNG’s independence along with the rest of the country. At our main support
Today was Lincoln’s 4th birthday so I used to opportunity to bake cookies with the kids. It was a whole day activity of cookie cutting, cookie decorating and cookie eating!
Another missionary lady has offered to look after Oscar a few times whilst Steve was gone. Such a blessing! I was able to work on sowing some curtains for our new house in Kovol during that time. I barely know how to sow so I am thankful for the help of another missionary lady helping me with them. I’m glad this job is almost done. It’s not long now before we are going to move into Kovol!
So I have kept busy enough these past weeks and it has been fun! Thank you for your prayers!