“I never imagined that my first solo on stage in a church would be the Hokey Pokey.”

But it was. Followed by a “Heads and Shoulders” encore.

Tis the life of a short term missionary, I suppose!

Not much to say today. Just wanted to show you a few pictures from today. If you missed my post about the village yesterday, check it out here and that pretty much summarizes what we did today, just in a different village!

Like my new sari? I sure love it!

Gave lots of kisses on cute salty cheeks today!

Today’s group! A bit bigger than yesterday!

The next two days will be pretty busy. Tomorrow morning we do a short VBS at NTR Colony, one of the CCH boys’ homes. Then, in the late afternoon, we will travel to Narsimgolu, a girls CCH home, where we will actually spend the night with them in their home and some of Saturday as well. Please be in prayer about this – it will be different from sleeping in Sean and Paige’s bug free apartment with air conditioning! :) I’m sure I will have lots of pictures and lots to blog about Saturday afternoon (late Friday night American time…so you can look forward to reading about it when you wake up Saturday! :)) from this overnight adventure in the village!

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2 Responses to “I never imagined that my first solo on stage in a church would be the Hokey Pokey.”

  1. Shelley Hill says:

    You, my dear, look like you are in your element!

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