Our family is safe in Addis Ababa. We had a long drive today but it was uneventful and now we have internet at the SIM guesthouse.
Jon and I start a training tomorrow on orality and storying.
Back to time with Jon’s parents. :)
Last year’s Thanksgiving, we were at a team meeting and ate out at a restaurant, this year, we tried our best to create an American Thanksgiving meal (with a chicken instead of turkey).
Thanksgiving morning, the girls put their “football” clothes on so they could play.
Jon and Dad taught the girls and friends to play flag football...
Little A felt cheated that her team didn’t understand that they needed to have "secret meetings” and protested loudly every time the other team huddled.
Our fierce players. I am sure you can imagine how much of a force The Littles were.
Teaching new traditions, Yeshi and Desalgn break the wishbone.
Mark and Debbie dominated us all in Spoons!
The kitchen crew. I have a great kitchen, we all three fit.
Little A was in charge of “dolloping” the whip cream. Mom brought pecans and made her amazing crust so we had pecan and pumpkin pie.
I love Thanksgiving, it was wonderful to have friends and family to celebrate it with us.