One of our students is Bombilcar of Ancient Carthage. One is the CFO of Apple -- now acting CEO. Some are in the Mexican cabinet dealing with drug wars. The country we were assigned for all the UN committees is Syria -- and almost no one wants to listen to our kids because the world is mad at Syria. Our kids LOVE being in that position; it gets their blood flowing.
While they're in committee, the other chaperones and I get to relax, sight-see or, as I did yesterday, geocache. The campus here is beautiful, and these are photos from it. Found 2 caches as well.
Unfortunately, one of our girls woke up sick this morning so I'm hanging back with her. I'm watching old movies on TV and catching up in a way I can't at home. At home, I'd feel compelled to do some laundry or something. Here, I can't, so I get to catch up on my blog!
It's been a wild 2 months, but we've had great progress. My mother-in-law's house, finally emptied, went on the market on a Sunday and we were offered full price on Wednesday. The closing will be Dec 15. This is great news as the suppressed market is still evident here. Wow. This is God at work.