Well, let me tell you, I am having a pretty quite house these days! Hubby and son are enjoying my beautiful homeland, Ibague, COLOMBIA. Along with them are 4 other members of our Congregation (Eigenheim Mennonite Church) who went along for our Annual "Service and Lerning Tour" of our sister church in Colombia, Semillas de Esperanza (Seed of Hope). So far things seem to be going well. They arrived in Bogota on Tuesday and in Ibague the next day. They are also planning a trip to Pereira next week to visit another of our Mennonite Churches. Their pastor, Martha Gomez, was here in Canada a week ago, for a couple of weeks together with 4 other ministers from South America with IMPaCT (International Mennonite Pastors Coming Together) a project of Mennonite Church Canada, with the purpose of bringing together international pastors to take part in discussions surrounding the global church. Martha got to spend a lot of time with us as she didn't speak English and needed a translator. It was nice to get to know her and that's why they would like to also got visit her Congregation while they are there!

Today, as I write this note, I am little bit worried about my daughter! She was pretty sick yesterday with cold symptoms but just before going to bed she had a pretty high fever too! I gave her medicine before she went to bed and during the night so I am hoping she will be OK this morning! We have had N1H1 cases around here, so I am hoping and praying is not that, just a simple cold!
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  1. Hi! Hope Hannah is doing much better.
    I didn't know Mikhael was so tall, what a handsome boy you have!


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