Of course, the life vests were one size fits all. But it made for some great pictures, and no one fell in.
And I have to admit--I'm fairly smitten with the guy in the hat.
|I'm telling you. This kid is like having twins. You know, in a good way. Most of the time.|
|eMi Family Fun Day at a local international school. The kids love this event! An inflatable waterslide, pizza, so many friends. Great times.|
|Guess who just turned nine?! #nottheonlyonefeelingolder|
|Monica is a dear friend, who also happens to make pretty much the best peanut butter on the planet. These kids love her, peanut butter or not.|
|Drama, drama, drama. Bet they got it from their dad.|
|Does anyone else feel like they're constantly in somebody's scope?|
|Wondering what their Cherokee ancestors would think of this getup. Let us know if you want us to hook you up with a costume.|
|Love these brothers--! (And no, they still don't wear shirts.)|
|I have several resident Lego Star Wars fanatics. The set in hand is from Grandpa and Grandma.|
|Our lovely Oliver, a.k.a. Daily Life Saver.|
|Patrick Cochrane, here with his lovely wife Joan, is the mastermind behind this class. On one of his many short-term volunteer trips with eMi as a surveyor, Patrick worked with a Ugandan surveyor who sadly knew very little about modern equipment and surveying practice. So Patrick shouldered the significant efforts required to initiate, fund, maintain, and effectively carry out a partnership with a university here. He's located and shipped over mounds of surveying equipment to turn students' theory classes into skill--with a side of discipleship.|
|This student, Repher, showed off some sweet street-dancing moves.|
|Yep, that's me. Hopin' I won't feel that one tomorrow morning.|