It is Sunday morning and we are on the last leg of our journey. We are only one hour from our final destination. Keith is driving and I am trying to snag some pictures without disturbing the flow of traffic. At each scenic point Keith would ask, Snap, snap? and I would respond," yes, yes or no, no". Yes, we are a little silly.
Our conference grounds is on the Guadalupe River. It is crystal clear and very cold. This is a little section of the river on the way in.
We made it...Mo Ranch! It's like coming home. The week will be casual and more laid back then our conference at the end of the summer. In other words I will get into my bathing suit and float down the river--because no one cares what I look like. That is a good thing!
This is our classroom for the week. It is called the Cow Barn--because it used to be one. The guy who owned this place way back had a lot of money and the place was used for weekends and hunting trips. All the animal places have been turned into classrooms. We will have 24, 2-5th graders this week.
Our theme this week will be about the creation of the earth and us and the relationship that the creator wants to have with us. I will be teaching the morning sessions. Then Mom and Dad will take over with a Missions story and Bible stories. We will have crafts, play time and river time. At the river we give the kids little projects to do and games to play. I will take more pictures later and post them. I am going to try and not spend too much time on the computer this week. So enjoy the pictures of my week.