We say goodbye to new friends and stay in touch with old and new; watch our babies grow, our children and grandchildren moving on in life; we continue our labors whatever they may be; we eat, sleep, exercise, and enjoy life. Is this beginning to sound like Ecclesiastes, except that the Teacher there starts out saying all is meaningless. By the end, he concludes: Fear God and obey...
Here are the highlights of the ongoingness of life this week.
Sunday we enjoyed our friends from Spain and I interpreted again both morning and evening. Then it was time to say goodbye.
|Rafa and daughter Laura|
(Are you beginning to notice the whole world is taller than me?)
|Baby begins to walk|
|Boys help assemble Monte Cristos|
|We celebrate Sam's 32 years completed|
Tuesdays and Thursdays Spanish classes continue, for a few more weeks. Students take turns presenting something about the Hispanic culture.
|Wearing my huipil, reading the story she wrote|
Friday, granddaughter Kayla's first college visit!
|Beneficence (Benny) extends her hand in welcome|
|Frog Baby blesses those who kiss its upturned nose|
|The tallest bell tower in Indiana|
Is that a perplexed look? "Is BSU the place for me?"
Hunting season has begun. Mike was out bow hunting nearly every day. He saw a few good sized bucks, but no success yet. Son Stephan joined him when gun season opened.
|Mid-morning nourishment and hunting show|
Beautiful weather all week allowed for one more paseo en bici (bike ride)!