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... over again! Yay!! I doubt a lot of us will get much sleep tonight, and your prayers for restful sleep tonight and safe travels tomorrow are greatly appreciated. Like everyone else, I can't wait to get there and start our work, and everything is in His time, so I'm excited to see what that means on this trip :) I can't wait to see what blessings God has in store for us!
Hi girls, I am afraid to tell you but your father is an "offender"!!! We got pulled over on the way to Greensboro!! It was hilarious!! We thought the police car wanted to get past us to get to an emergency as his lights were flashing, then we realised he was chasing us!! Your dad was doing 73 in a 60 zone and he has been fined 148 dollars, luckily he wasn't sent straight to jail!! Pic attached!! The sheriff was a ...
... than one! We worked every American connection we could find and we finally arranged housing in Malabo with a community organization with programs in education and healthcare. They have promised to help us visit the schools they work with & they're even picking us up from the airport! We'll stay in Malabo for 3 weeks. If we are allowed, we will take short trips outside the city as well.
Then we will travel ...
The Lower School Spanish curriculum at Greensboro Day School includes a great deal of cultural learning to foster respect, interest and appreciation for diverse Hispanic cultures. Students in the Lower School have the opportunity to learn about many Spanish speaking countries, and they learn that while Hispanic countries share some aspects of their cultures, they also have many differences. Across the Spanish speaking world, cultures have developed through different ...
language textbooks, but generally the only information provided is the
map and flag," Sharp says. "I have long dreamed of the possibility of
visiting this country. I am fascinated by the cultural diversity that I
should experience given the mix of strong tribal groups and Spanish
linguistic, religious, and architectural influences."
She will spend several weeks in the country's largest city, Malabo,
where she ...