First Day

Tuesday was the kind of day that makes me love the work here so much. It included the basics of the work.  I worked on preparing a couple of studies and then did them.  The hour plus trip to the suburbs included a ride on a bus that has this fascinating accordion hinge to let it make the corners.  If you suffer from motion sickness, you don’t want to be behind the hinge.  If you get on quickly, you can get the best seats.  Seeing this mom and her kids took me on a trip down memory lane.  The delightful evening began with a study with the couple’s two young children, and it ended with a study for the parents.  In between we packed a lot of visiting and a great meal.  The picture captured the essence of this godly family.  I’m just sorry I didn’t get a good shot of Monika.  As usual, she was working in the kitchen preparing the meal.

One response to “First Day

  1. Martha Franklin

    Just read your report enjoyed it very much. Your a busy man, love all the pictures especially one your holding the little one. Prayers for you and the people there doing the lord’s work
    In Christian love Marty Franklin

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