It’s all in a day’s work at Gem School. My third graders worked so hard on their food pyramid that I had to share it with everyone. So here it is..
Isn’t it beautiful :) It brings tears to my eyes. I love their handwriting. I’m so proud of my babies.
We’ve also been taking time to talk about all the events that took place in Japan surrounding the earthquake and how the tsunami could travel all the way to Ebeye through the water. They got a mini education on ocean geography, wave formation and plate tectonics! We watched a video on YouTube of the earthquake from inside a store in Japan. They had never seen anything like that before because Ebeye never has earthquakes. We pray for Japan almost daily and they are very much into knowing how the people are doing. If I accidentally forget to pray about Japan, they quickly remind me. I love my kids.
They have worked hard all year-round but especially the third quarter. So we are celebrating by hitting the beach this Saturday with a barbecue and party. They are all excited about it – and so are we! I’ll post some pics of the time we spend hanging out and having fun next week.
Pastor Hone and Mrs. Gracie have returned from ministering in the states. It’s good to have them back. And they always bring back goodies to share. I especially love the chocolate covered macadamia nuts from Hawaii. What a blessing!
It’s really starting to warm up here…it’s been HOT. Not much wind and the rain, which had been steadily blowing in once a day, has been avoiding us for three days now. This year has truly been a blessing in regards to the weather; mostly rainy, cool winds, overcast skies and cool evenings. Cool meaning lower eighties, but believe me, that’s comfortable weather here. I thank the Lord for it.
See you next week!