Week 4

We have made it to week 4! We mostly keep ourselves busy by going to school in the morning, trying to remember what we learned in school, grocery shopping (Nolan), studying verbs in Spanish, doing homeschool (Benjamin and Sydney with me), playing “Bingo” with Spanish words, doing homework (all of us), playing memory with Spanish opposites, playing (mostly kids) and studying Spanish. Did I mention studying Spanish? Since that is why we are here, I guess that is a good thing. 🙂

We had a little break and decided to take a day trip. We went to the beach! 2013-08-23 17.00.36 We got together with two other families from the school we are attending, and booked a van with a driver and took off!

Our driver took us to a part of the beach that had reef all around it which made it perfect for the little kids to have calm water.  It also made it perfect to snorkel and find fish.

2013-08-23 12.55.31We mostly saw little fish, but Nolan and Benjamin did see a pretty good sized puffer fish (not puffed up).

It was a beautiful day and a much needed rest from language learning.  🙂

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Thank you all for your continued support and prayers!  Please pray for our language learning and for our homeschooling. Sometimes it is challenging to have patience to do homeschool after a morning of language school and the homework from that.  🙂

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3 thoughts on “Week 4

  1. You’re in our prayers. Our son and family are studying Spanish in Peru. No homeschooling yet–their children are 3, 1, and 7 weeks.

  2. garrett nudd

    Is that the un-puffed puffer fish on the left swimming through the water? We enjoyed “seeing” you guys the other night during our football draft and touring your home. These updates are great!

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