Saturday, October 9, 2010

No monotony

Life is filled with so much to do there is no time for monotony.  Or is this a problem of age? There is so much to do and it takes US longer to get it done, therefore the day is filled with much activity.  Either way, we are happy we can be busy.  Margie is gaining strength daily for which we rejoice, especially after her bout last Sunday (you can read that on last Sunday's blog)  I conducted a grave side funeral for our dear friend, Sadie Struiksma.  She is the mother of missionary Esther Neufeld.  Esther returned from Mango, Togo to attend the service.  It was good to see her.  Last night I received a call from Brazil from a former member of our church here who was in the Armed Services stationed in Blaine, WA ( nearby) . He was looking for John Harder, our son's father in law. We had a nice long chat on the phone and are now connected via email for further communications. So life is filled with interesting happenings and these take place DAILY.  Isn't it great !

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