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... go swimming but definitely not something that I would have wanted to do everyday. I slept most of the time there and went for a little swim.
The day after we spent some more time with the boys in the morning and ended up taking lots of pictures! The boys were posing with our sunglasses and joking around. They were slowing getting more and more comfortable with us and we were getting to know them and their personalities. It just shows ...
... around. Adrenaline was working its thing and i was sprinting after Dr Glover through the door, probably fleeing a terrorist attack or something equally terrible.
Once out the door, doc glover threw himself to the ground. this guy was my boss and had seen a thing or two in his time, so I took his lead and, not wishing to land on top of him, leapt over him to the safe haven of the dusty corridor floor. But other people continued to run past, so i combined the urge ...
... and the willingness to yield of the Ghanaian pastors and brethren. That is truly what it is all about!
Now we begin what will be approximately 24 hours of flights and waits in airports that for me will include here to London-Heathrow, then to Dallas and then to Fort Smith, AR where my lovely bride will hopefully be waiting with open arms to meet me as I come down into the arrival area! Always something I look forward ...
... toppings. It was different instead of the oreo coming in small chunks it was ground into powder and instead of leaving the smarties whole they were broken up too. Another volunteer met us here who was from Norway she had been to Ghana once before with SYTO and this time she was on her own for a 3 week holiday. She is a lovely girl loves soccer. I get confused all the time because Yvette and the girl from Norway call soccer football and i keep forgetting they dont ...
Today was a long but I think very profitable Sabbath. Benjamin was here right at 6:30 this morning
and we started off for the village of Agona Kwanyako, perhaps 20 or so
kilometers inland from Winneba. This is
where the new congregation has formed, and I was anxious to meet them.
We traveled by Sprinter bus and tro-tro to and from the
village. It takes about 3 ½ hours each
way over bad roads with often even ...