Part 1: A Mission of Laughter and Tears
Part 2: Overcoming the Adjustment Period
Part 3: New Highs and Lows
Part 4: Lost and Found
Part 5: What I Learned in Prison ;)
Part 6: The Last Day
Part 7: From One Home to Another
I also wanted to have a little bit of fun - “Top Ten” style. ;) So, if you want a few laughs, here’s my “Top Ten Things I Learned On The Mission Trip To The Galilean Home” (some of these will only be funny if you were on the trip or have read the blogs).
#10 - One crying baby can start a domino-like chain reaction.
#9 - Anyone can sing spontaneously as if they were in a musical; and it doesn’t matter if you’re tone deaf!
#8 - It can be very difficult to truly make a Mennonite laugh.
#7 - The hilly roads encourage some lead-footed drivers to go even faster.
#6 - If I ever want to be a magician, I have the perfect trick suitcase for it!
#5 - The Bread of Life Café serves more than just bread.
#4 - George is always getting some kind of “awar”.
#3 - Maggie laughs like an oinking goose (even if she looks like a chicken)!
#2 - Phil does NOT like being called Richard Simmons (don‘t ask him why, or he‘ll say a naughty word like he did in The Angel House)!
AND THE #1 THING I LEARNED ON THE MISSION TRIP TO THE GALILEAN HOME IS…………………..
#1 - The cell phone coverage is so bad that even the “can you hear me now?” guy would be put to shame!!
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