When you visit the banana boat blog you will find updates and pictures from the Whitley family as well as our prayer requests. Thank you for keeping up with us, and for praying for us. You can continue to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Prayer Requests (5/16/07)
- Please pray for language and cultural acquisition for our entire family.
- Please pray for us as we travel in June and July to meetings. Pray that our children will adjust well to jet lag.
Many people have asked to see what we see when we look out our window. This picture is the view looking north-east off our “front yard” terrace. It over looks our town of
This picture is looking south-east off the same terrace. Mountains one direction and the
Megan in her princess room on her new scooter.
Cade and Dylan enjoying Tiff’s new rocking chair. It had been almost 3 months since we had a rocking chair and everybody loves to sit in it.
Easter Sunday morning picture of the kids.
Megan playing in the snow. Yes, this is still southern
One the way home from our trip up in the mountains we stopped at this old castle. Of course it was closed the day we were there, but we took some pictures and walked all the way around it. It was really neat from the outside, situated on a hilltop overlooking the village below with the snow topped mountains in the background.
Megan’s birthday party at church. The people at our new church are so great. People we had not even met yet came to Megan’s party and brought gifts. Megan had a really fun day. At home we had a birthday cake with just the family so we took a homemade big chocolate chip cookie to the church and everyone enjoyed their first “American chocolate chip cookie.”
Any idea what to do at this intersection? Intersections like this are all over Almería and I (Joel) just laugh every time I come to one. Do I stop or do I go????
Pastors Eliezer and Virginia at our house with the kids. We had them over for some Tex-Mex food. Eliezer lived in the
This is our living room…nice and cozy! Also, the couch folds out to make a bed just waiting for guests.