|FROM “BUSH BUNNY BRENDA“|
DATE: NOVEMBER 20, 2021
CHRISTMAS BEFORE THANKSGIVING?
That’s a new one for me, but it’s exactly what happened when the MAF plane landed Friday, just 60 minutes from our mission station.
Eric Dry connected with the plane in southern Mozambique to hand off lots of Christmas suckers and candy earlier this week as well as the essential supplies we can only get outside this country.
The pilot, Dave, did a great job getting it here as severe headwinds made the trip like a 7‑hour rollercoaster ride. Not nice!
Thanking the MAF PILOT for a great job in getting our essential supplies to us.
MAF brings special supplies for us.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPECIAL SPONSOR who makes this possible once a year. The children will be super surprised to get special goodies that don’t exist here!
THANK YOU to those who contributed to the Christmas Party! Toy buying coming up December 1st! I am having a blast putting this party together. Should be the best we have ever had.
Treats brought in for Christmas party.
SOUTH AFRICAN VISITORS ARRIVED WEDNESDAY!
Jessica Christie and Stephanie Nolen begin art and games classes with the Children on Monday. They really look forward to opening those little eyes to new games as well as ways to make fun art tracing your hand in different shapes.
Stephanie on the left, and Jessica on the right.
Thanks to your generous love gifts, we have the paper and crayons needed to give art lessons to all ages! School is out for the under 7th graders, so next week that whole gang of kids can join in. The high schoolers must take exams in 1 week, so many heads are still buried in the books.
Keep your prayers coming for those in exams, for we have 3 graduating the 12th grade if they pass. Two of our young ladies will take exams after Christmas for nursing school, while Ali will challenge the Teachers College Math and Portuguese test for the 2nd time. He has studied hard in 12th grade, so I pray he makes it.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL OF YOU THIS WEEK!
PLEASE KEEP PRAYERS COMING FOR ALL OF US.
BUSH BUNNY BRENDA LANGE
AND THE BALAMA STAFF