Last week in pictures

Posted: March 18, 2009 by Michele in church, Engineering Ministries International, family, missions

We made it home, have recovered somewhat, and finally have our pictures uploaded 🙂 Here’s a bit of an glimpse of what last week looked like:

Mission Vision:

our booth

our booth

the booths after the youth came downstairs . . .

the booths after the youth came downstairs . . .

chopstick races . . . part of my what can a kid do seminar

chopstick races . . . part of my "what can a kid do" seminar

Visiting:

in serious conversation

in serious conversation after lunch

trying out a traditional Swiss meal

trying out a traditional Swiss meal

enjoying the first of several Birthday Cakes

enjoying the first of several birthday cakes

Of course, we didn’t have the camera out at Bible studies . . . and I even forgot to take pictures at the Open House . . . but I think you can get a bit of an idea of what our week looked like.  We ended up connecting with about 125 people through 20 separate appointments . . . plus our booth and speaking during both services at church.  People were excited to hear what we had to say, and we were excited to share!

That said, we were definitely ready for a quiet drive home by the end of the weekend.  We drove over two days, and took it slow on the second day (stuck around long enough to swim in the hotel pool in the morning, and then stopped for a few geocaches en route).  The conditions weren’t great when we left Fort St. John, but the roads weren’t too bad – especially as we headed further south.

Back at home, it was right back into the swing of things.  Kevin & I both were in the office on Tuesday and the kids were back in school.  Today I went on a field trip with Talia’s class.  Tomorrow I’m in the office again, and Friday I have a meeting to finalize things for a Spring Break Art Camp I’m helping with.  And actually, with parent-teacher interviews on Friday, the kids are already out for Spring Break then . . . but other than the art camp, it should be a relatively quiet Spring Break . . .

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