Two weekends ago the kids who used to live at GSF (we like to call them the 'elders' or the 'big brothers and sisters') came home for a little reunion. It was such a great time of hearing stories from the 'big kids' about what God has done for them. There are even a few 2nd generation GSF kids in there. I was having so much fun that I did not really want to take pictures. My dad took a few and I took a few. AND ... I took a whole bunch of big group pictures. I was just snapping as fast as I could to try to get a good one. Here are a few of my favorites (how good can it get with at least 90 people?) Sorry there are not that many besides the group ones.
|Love this one - Jane and Auntie Amanda|
|Me with sweet Allison (or maybe it is Amanda - they are twins) - the daughter of one of the 'big sisters'|
|Setting up (and being crazy)|
|Getting the 'Mzungus' in the picture|
|Just the 'elders'|
|Both babies in this picture are kids of 'big sisters'|
|Maggie, Big David, little Amanda and Liz|
One last thing, I have a quick little prayer request. Tomorrow Sebastian will go in to see if they can do the other half of his surgery. This has been a really long journey. I don't really want to re-write his whole story but, I will hopefully have a link on the side of the blog where you can read/follow his story soon. Faziri is four years old. He looks like he is about one or two years old and has a huge belly. This is because he has Hertzsprung. On Tuesday he will go in two see when and if they can do a surgery for him. Please join us in prayer for these two little boys.