We’ve met with our small group every Friday morning since we began our lessons back in February. Now that they are believing it has become a great time for discipleship. They are eager and excited to learn.
The girls shared some of their nail polish with friends.
We call this the Dr. Suess flower. It doesn’t seem real. It blooms in stages, so it just keeps getting more bizarre over a couple of days. The little orange shoots are the last stage.
Everett wanted a hat with a ball hanging off, so Lucy knat this one for him.
This little one just stopped and stared as we passed.
This is a cool tree.
That’s a single egg from a bird that lives up in the jungle. You can see two more on the counter.
The river is always cold, but like sea lions, these kids know how to warm up.
This is one of the flowers Elizabeth had in her wedding bouquet, so we are happy to have it blooming in our garden right now.