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Jay | Susan | Alex | Beth | Samantha
December 11, 2013 7:51 pm
Published in: Family

Kijabe, as many AIMers have noted over the years means place of the winds.  A few days ago was an exception, the winds were calm, which was good. Alex did his physical fitness assessment for ROTC. He was already at a slight handicap since Kijabe is at almost 7000 ft above sea level and a headwind would have complicated the run.

One of Alex’s friends ran with him to pace him, and urge him on during the run.  Before things got going, though, Alex and Chris took a few moments out to pray. The adults were standing talking and the boys, young men really, took it on themselves to pray for each other for the run, and Chris for Alex to do well in the test over all.

Kipling’s Thousandth Man is a bit more frequent than one in a thousand at RVA.  This is a good thing.

Alex did well, by the way.

June 22, 2012 11:28 pm
Published in: Family

Add Beth to that list…

We went to Full Draw Archery’s beginner’s class on Thursday and Beth was seen to grin!  She had a great time.  Today we went back and bought her a bow for her birthday (a bit early, but that’s OK). We stuck around Full Draw for about an hour so she could shoot.  Again…she was nearly seen to grin! She’s already making plans for a range in the back yard in Arua.