We began February with our Missionary Super Bowl All-Nighter. Three other missionary families joined us for a night of food (lots of it), games, fellowship, sleep, and the Super Bowl. I'm certainly not in the category of those who stayed up ALL night, but we really enjoyed having everyone together.
|Enough food to last us through the night!|
|Anne is a very good mama and produces some adorable puppies.|
|Shae-Lynn's Oreo cake is aflame!|
|We had the Institute name and emblem printed on fabric that I sewed into a flag.|
|Red and pink food. Heart-shaped food. But I forgot to make anything with chocolate!|
Shane just returned to the States from a missions trip to Trinidad and greatly enjoyed himself. He said it was almost like being back in Uganda but in a much more modern setting. The ocean ate his glasses in his first days there, so hopefully he will be getting a new pair this week. We sure miss him but are excited to see his growth in the last couple of months.
While America has been experiencing extreme coldness, our children are enjoying swimming several times a week. Our weather is pleasant year-round, but right now it is dry season, so our temperatures are hitting the 90s. (No, we have never seen it reach the 100s here in Masaka.) We are quite spoiled by the beautiful weather.
Thank you for praying for us. Hope you have a great week and stay warm!