It’s June 3rd. According to the calendar it’s not Summer yet, but in my little corner of the world, I would argue that point.
It’s hot! Hotter inside my house, than it is outside. How does that happen?
The kids will be done with school in less than two weeks. We’ll all enjoy staying up a little later in the evenings and sleeping a little later in the mornings. Then after a week or two of lazy summer living, they’ll start summer school with mom. Portuguese work preparing them for the next school year and some “American” school work too (as the kids call it).
My mom is coming the end of July for 10 days! We are all thrilled to have someone visit in the summer months, Usually due to the high costs of airfare, no one can come during the these months. Our house is already hot, imagine how hot it will be at the end of July. Don’t tell my Mom that.
After about 6 hours of cat labor, we have 5 little kittens that were born on Monday. They’re the ugliest little things right now, but once they grow into their cutness, I’ll be posting some photos….I mean…look at this poor guy….
As far as the ministry is concerned, all is well. God is blessing greatly. My husband is staying busy preaching several times each week in church services, special ministry meetings to widows and in homes where fellow Christians are holding services in an attempt to reach their neighbors with the Gospel. We’ve recently spent many hours doing some minor construction to the inside of the church building and major spring cleaning which has left everyone excited and encouraged about the ministry.
Our summer calendar is filling up quickly with various evangelistic projects, church pic-nics, church fellowships and visitors. We’re also trying to throw in a family vacation somewhere in between……
I’d like to ask you to pray for a friend of ours June McCarty, who recently lost her sister unexpectedly.
Also for our co-workers Maicon and Leticia, as they received sad news yesterday that she had miscarried.
And please remember us, The Andrzejewski Family as we work here in northern, Portugal.