During an English Camp, we had two weeks of singing English songs, praise songs that the girls picked out, playing questions/answers board games like Clues and Go Fish, and lots of reading little readers. English is so difficult and our girls are so shy...but we keep trying!
Home made mango smoothies to help us stay cool when the temperature reached over 106 degrees.
April, the hottest month of the year in Thailand. We visited the lakes and swimming pool to cool off, to explore, and to build self worth, as they realized how special they are and how they are loved by Our Father God.
The snake was found behind our staff housing by the director away from the girls. Phew! Thank God. Other creature of interest, a rice field crab, our little girls found early in the morning. Nati, our teenage girl caught this little fish at a lake bare handed!
Before most of our girls left to visit their relatives in the hills, we took them all for a swim in mid March. Our little girls are non-swimmers, which means that all of us missionaries and staff have to watch them all very closely. They are not allowed in the big pool. Yesterday, we went again and swam with our five girls who remained at the children's home for the summer. Now our 3 little girls have moved on to the big pool, able to do basic swimming and staying afloat!
Wilai Wilkerson, Missionary