Thursday, June 16, 2011


Arianna asleep in Angie's arms. 
She had cut her finger and we
had to "sock" it to keep her from
pulling the bandaid off.
We have spent quite a bit of time the last few days getting Lilia's paperwork for "college" (junior high).  We turned that in today.  Unfortunately, in September, school starts Monday the 5th this year.  Which is also the start of the Greece Missionary Retreat.  The last several years, school has started on a Thursday and we left for the retreat the following Saturday. We are prayerfully considering whether to leave Lilia here or to take her.  She really doesn't want to miss the first day or first week for that matter.  The pastor in Carcassonne and I stopped by the mayors office.  Thankfully he was with me because the free room that we were looking at using is not available to religious organizations.  Thankfully the Church in Carcassonne is not yet big enough to be registered as a religious organization, they are listed as an Cultural Association, which thankfully can use the room.  The pastor has sent a written request which I hope will be granted.  I also picked up our French tax forms this afternoon.  We do not pay income tax in France, but we do need to register and this will help if we ever need to get a loan in France.  The school year is winding down.  Lilia and Micah had their end of school swimming party yesterday.  Caleb will have his Saturday.  Saturday is also the end of school program for Andrew and the youth meeting in Carcassonne.  I'm all ready for the Bible Study tonight.  I pray that the weather will be nice for the market tommorrow.  I don't mind so much an occassional drizzle, but the a strong to moderate wind us unbearable as far as tracts are concerned.  I have contacted the organization that does outreach at the Tour de France bike race.  Looks like everything will work out good with them, I just ordered 2000 tracts.  God bless, JASON 

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