John also had a language breakthrough this week with French Music. During our worship team rehearsal last night, he played every song out of the French music books without needing to transcribe them into American chords first. This has been a huge hurdle for him and he now feels much more confident in his music ministry.
Living in the sub-Saharan climate, has really added to our thirst factor and we have been drinking a LOT. Our family is easily going thru 5 gallons of drinking water a day. We have found iced tea to be one of the most refreshing drinks. We’ve been making sun tea every day, but recently discovered that with the intense heat in
This week we also discovered a new butcher just up the road. Rather than operating on a wooden table in the market, this one has a tile covered counter and walls. The roof over his room keeps the meat a little fresher. No…there’s still no refrigeration, but the selection of meat is much better than we were used to in the market. The fly factor also seems a little lower. ;-)