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Showing posts from August, 2010

Our Preschooler

Dan is loving preschool. Eric and Faith are still going to the Anasco Homeschool Academy, while Danny goes to the Sonshine Learning Center. He is learning Ilonggo, growing into young student. Today he joined his classmates at a field trip to Pizza Hut.

Ten Years Ago . . .

Ten years ago today Faith Elizabeth Anasco was born. I can't believe she is really ten years old. Before I know it, I'll be walking her down they aisle--crying my eyes out. She will always be my Faithy Littlesuger. Age 1 Age 2 Age 3 Age 4 Age 5 Age 6 Age 7 Age 8 Age 9 Age 10, yesterday at her birthday party.

Ways to Spot a Missionary

I can't stop reading, and laughing at, the posts at Jon Acuff's site Stuff Christians Like. Here are some excerpts from a recent post entitled "Ways to Spot a Missionary." This was a guest post written by a missionary. "Missionaries wear funny clothing. I never intended to where bright-striped Kikoi shirts with tassels. I don’t think my wife Sara imagined herself in Kanga dresses with large shoulder pads. But I’m telling you as my shirts begin to look like I was worked over in a rugby game. And as all of Sara’s dresses have strangely faded to the same shade of gray, those Kikoi shirts and Kanga dresses become really tempting. So at your next church mission conference if you see a missionary dressed like a banana, cut them a little fashion slack." From Dave: Is this true, those of you who know us, do we dress funny? "Missionaries throw car safety rules out the window. My first week at Kijabe I see 8 missionary kids hanging off the roof rack of a Toyota

First Day of School

Chris has been homeschooling our children even before we left for the mission field. However, we felt that Daniel would benefit from attending the Sonshine Learning Center for his first schooling. This way he could make some Filipino friends and learn some Ilonggo. Here are some pictures of his first day of preschool. The day started off a little weepy, but it got better. He now loves going to school everyday.