Words Be Few.

Time is short and words are few these days because WE ARE SO, SO BUSY! We are coming to the last couple of weeks in our busiest time of the year.  Too many weeks have passed since I last updated the blog and there is no way to fully recap all that has transpired, so instead I will post mostly photos. The past several weeks have been filled with Lilly’s leg issues, team season, The Kelley’s Visit, Lilly’s birthday, starting a new school year, harvesting maize, Teacher Francis’ Introduction and Lulwanda school holiday. That doesn’t even include our “normal” day-to-day activities.

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Lilly being Lilly in a yam leaf. Just because. No occasion needed.

FREEDOM!!!!

FREEDOM!!!!

Jackson brought some new members into our family.

Jackson brought some new members into our family.

No, I mean literally, brought them with us.

No, I mean literally, brought them with us.

Even Lilly was surprised.

Even Lilly was surprised.

Lilly had a "camping" birthday party with her friends and dolls.

Lilly had a “camping” birthday party with her friends and dolls.

We started a new school year.  Lilly in 3rd and Jackson in 6th.

We started a new school year. Lilly in 3rd and Jackson in 6th.

John prepared us a healthy breakfast for our first day of school.

John prepared us a healthy breakfast for our first day of school. Undercooked omelets. Next time, better.

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Here we go again!

Megan's first grocery store experience.  She did well.

Megan’s first grocery shopping experience. She didn’t even cry.

Teacher Francis had his introduction.

Teacher Francis had his introduction.

We are currently on holiday with the children at Lulwanda. We are working hard on keeping them occupied during this time.  We have been doing bi-weekly classes, Bible studies, farming, daily chores, reading/studying time, football practice and movie time.

John teaching baseball class.

John teaching baseball class.

Ryan teaching why you don't throw the bat after you hit the ball.  Very important lesson.

Ryan teaching, by example, why you don’t throw the bat after you hit the ball. Very important lesson. Visual learners. He is ok. He has a hard head.

Natalie teaching art class.

Natalie teaching art class.

Jerad teaching music class.

Jerad teaching music class.

I taught an algebra class.

I taught an algebra class.

Katelyn teaching baking class.

Katelyn teaching baking class.

Thanks for the support.  Thanks for the love.  Please continue to pray for us.  If you want to be added to our prayer calendar list send us an email: bobbipalmer@bellsouth.net

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5 thoughts on “Words Be Few.

  1. All the Palmers are amazing!!! I miss being there!! Bobbi, you, Juliet & Joy look amazing in your fancy dresses!! Give everyone a hug for me.

  2. Love how Georgia and Hart County were represented in the pictures! LOL! Please know all of us Georgians are praying for ALL of you! May God continue to bless you all and the people of Lulwanda! Love and miss you guys immensely!

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