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Put kids near a body of water and you can be sure they will keep themselves occupied. Some of my best memories are of playing around an irrigation ditch on my grandfather’s farm.
This is a very strange photo. The people aren’t strange but if you study, you’ll notice some visual inconsistencies. I was trying to photograph the person who was painting on the other side of the door. I used a flash and the window acted like a partial mirror. The girl you see was actually standing to my side. She was wearing the dark blue shirt. The person painting was wearing the green shirt. The apparent lettering on the shirt was from the girl next to me. See what I mean. Strange.
Missionary work is hard work. They cover many miles on their feet. They have calluses on their feet and on their knees. Shoes don’t develop calluses. They simply wear out.
It is a sad day at our home in Pittsburgh. A tree that was older that our kids is gone because of a severe wind. We still have the swings. They lay in a pile on our lawn. We are in mourning.