No – the picture isn’t of the ocean in Natal –
Nor the roof tops and sky from the apartment in Brasilia –
Nor the green grass and homes around a small lake north of Miami
Nor the back yard of my daughter’s home in Portland, Oregon.
Rather, it is the view from my chair where I am sitting and writing
at another daughter’s home in Valdosta, Georgia.
The eight months that I was in Brasilia (capital of Brazil) turned out to be crazy. Nothing as planned but God was still involved. How thankful I am for that!
I learned more about age and pain, and continue to learn more. Those classes follow me, regardless of where I am.
I’m working on learning: How can I teach and share effectively, using the internet? I did several “live” classes while in Brazil. Now I need to learn how to do them from here.
I’m also working on putting things together to go ahead on two books. I’d like to have them finished in October -prayer backup would be appreciated!
February: I was in Brasilia when the pandemic hit. Because of my age, I was stuck in the apartment which, thank God, had a small balcony so I could breathe fresh air.
My six children in the states began to ask that I return to the states.
The end of May, fewer flights between Brazil and US. It was time to return.
God opened the doors, I had mileage, so arrived in the US on the second of June, had a few days with son Jonathan Hall and family in Miami, then came to Valdosta.
During this phase of things happening, the mail outs on my blog were interrupted for a period of time. Now working on it to normalize. Many things I want to put here.
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Life is interesting - and can be challenging. Voni shares with you her experiences