We haven't heard from Shalisha for a few days. Our thoughts are with her each day...and when we wake up at 3 or 4 in the We write little notes to her on facebook in the event that she will be able to get online. We understand that she will have to pay each time she uses the internet in Greenland so not sure what she will do. She's pretty frugal.
Today is also my mother's anniversary. I've been thinking of her today. She is 83 now and still wants to stay in the farm house. Our family is charting new territory as how to help our mother. She's one to put up a fight about staying put and not living with her children.
This past Wednesday we called the vet about our work horse Martha. She's been having drainage from her left eye. The vet came and said that she needs a special operation to remove a cancerous third eyelid. We have decisions to make concerning Martha.
There are interesting things to pray about this new near. In the meantime we continue doing our work with the horses and with the kids in the community. It was enjoyable to teach another character trait to the students at Wabacco. Hopefully we can teach again Monday-if there is school.
"You know with all your heart and soul that not one of all the good promises the Lord your God gave you has failed. Every promise has been fulfilled; not one has failed." Joshua 23:14