July 3, 2009

Good News, It Seems!

We're in the midst of a wonderful "summer" vacation from homeschooling, although it's more like winter vacation here. I'm loving the much needed time to plan for the next year, and the girls are loving the freedom to play a bit more and get into fun projects, like Caroline's latest invention: sticks crammed into the holes of her belts, which will play the guitar for people whose hands don't work. All you have to do is put electrical current to the belt buckle. Luckily, she doesn't want to really try it out--it's a concept. I think she was inspired by the BEAUTIFUL harp music we heard live last night (future blog topic).

But for now, let me tell you what's happening with our local elementary school Bible class crisis. Well, I'm not really sure WHAT's happening. Last week, we were told the classes would be temporarily suspended until the parents' meeting THIS week would decide the course of action. Late last night, the call came from one of the teachers, that we should be there today for regular Bible classes. YAY! I wasn't able to go with Ken and Saul this morning because Camille's fighting a stomach virus, but the fact that they were called to come, we take as a victory. I'll fill you in on the details as they come in, but wanted you to know it looks good. Thank you all so much for the encouraging emails and the prayers you sent up on behalf of this class. The war may not be over, but it seems this battle is one we can chalk up as a victory. We appreciate you, our fellow soldiers. ;) God bless y'all!


  1. Hey! I'm just trying to catch up on your happenings today. I will pray about the Bible class situation and for Camille's health. Are you guys doing anything special for the 4th?

  2. it was so great to meet you and i look forward to the future harp blog!


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