Looks like Kim and I will be seeing lots of the world during our missionary assignment with the Wheelchair Initiative. More specifically we'll be seeing a lot of the insides of airplanes, airports, medical clinics, and classrooms! We'll never be in one place long enough to really see the country, but we are grateful that our assignment includes working with natives of each country as well as wonderful Church Humanitarian couples.
So far our assignments for the next six months include:
Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana (west Africa)
Guyana (South America)
Hope our energy and brainpower hold up OK!
Keep us in your prayers.
Thursday, September 23, 2010
Friday, September 3, 2010
Noah Gardner (son of Aaron and Ann) and Gwenyth Brown (daughter of Kirk and Brynne) are now in their 2nd year at GramGoo Preschool. Now that Mitch is serving his mission in Canada, his old bedroom has been redesigned as our official Preschool classroom complete with puppet theatre, library, work station, homework corner, etc. We meet Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings from 9-noon. Grampy drives the "school bus" on Monday mornings and picks the kids up for breakfast at McDonald's before delivering them to class. Once a month, we have "Mini-preschool Day" and our little two-year-olds, Bonnie Brown and Lincoln Gardner, join their older siblings for preschool fun.
Posted by Gaye Brown