Tuesday, 9 April 2013

It's very quiet at home today but then I quite enjoy my space at times. We said good bye to Marks Parents yesterday after a lovely visit with them. We got away for a few days to Sipi Falls and then Jinja.

Today, an excited Amy & a more reluctant Joshua went back to school.

So, it's just myself and Abigail.
Now it's back to the reality of life. No grandparents to entertain the kids or wash up dishes in the evening, lunch boxes to prepare for school the next day, shopping to get done. Holidays are good but I like my routine too.

I am hoping we can get Abigail into a better sleeping routine also. She has been waking several times a night since her 2 teeth came in. She turned 6 months this week so all the fun with solid foods will now begin.

Today I am busy preparing for the MAF world wide Day of Prayer which will be tomorrow. Mark and I have agreed to lead the programme for the Uganda team out at Kajjansi. I'm looking forward to prayer and fellowship with team mates tomorrow.
If you have a moment maybe you could remember MAF in prayer too.

Oh, Mark is sitting his oral exam's for the Cessna 206 type rating on Thursday. He is busy trying to squash in some study this week. He first applied for the exam in June 2011! Pray the exam will go ahead and that Mark will pass first time.

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