Saturday, June 8, 2013

June 7th - Our Day in Photos

It has been a while since I have done a "Day in Photos" so I thought I would start this up again.
7:45 - Breakfast time!  Jessie loves strawberries and bananas!



8:45 - A quick snapshot after an awesome worship time with the missionaries of the Lighthouse Community Center.  This time was led by Salome who is from Australia.



9:30 -  In the morning I was cleaning around the Lighthouse while Felipe took care of our girls.  I hung up these cloths that we use to mop the floors with here in Brazil.



10:30 - Sophia playing Chutes and Ladders at home, while Jessie napped.



11:30 - Weeding away!



12:00 - Lunchtime!  I so missed eating rice and beans while we were in the USA.  We are back to eating this every day now. Yay!



Happy DAY 7 to Felipe and I.  We have been together for exactly 4 years and 9 months. 
I love this amazing man!


 
2:15 -  I led a small time of worship for a  YWAM Belo Horizonte missionary meeting which was held at the Lighthouse Community Center.



2:45 - Alexandre, the future base leader of YWAM Belo Horizonte, led the meeting and shared an encouraging word with us.



3:15 - Sophia was playing all over the place during the meeting - in our house, outside, and a little with some of the children who were also at the meeting with their parents.



3:45- After the meeting, we enjoyed fruit snacks and fellowship.  Jessie was crazy about the watermelon!


4:15 - Felipe also took a few photos of the beautiful pregnant ladies who serve here at YWAM Belo Horizonte.


5:45 - I spent some time reading up and watching videos on Youtube about how to cut hair. Soon I will be cutting Felipe's hair on a regular basis with some clippers we bought in the USA.  We hope this will save us money in the long run.



6: 15- Dinner is served.  A yummy chicken soup made by the Lighthouse cook. Delish!



7:00 - Quality time as a family before bed...






7:30 - Bedtime prayers with Daddy!


It was a great Friday!

1 comment:

  1. Nossa quando a gente crescer... Quero que nossa família seja como a do cês.

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