|The living room of our little apartment at Nehemiah Center. It is very homey and comfortable.|
This is Maxim. He is a 15 -19 yr old ( they have no birth certificate to know when he was born) foster child who took a liking to us. He followed us around all day and kept smiling at us. He is giving you all a thumbs up. :>)) When we finished the picture, he made Sherry an origami frog and presented it to her as a gift. He is a gypsy boy who has some learning disabilities and other issues from the abuse he suffered as a child. I wanted to bring him home. Such a sweet gentle spirit. Please pray for him, he says he wants to have an apartment in Uzghorod and live on his own and have a job. This will not be possible for him, but he still dreams. He is one of many children who are suffering like this over here.
Today has been very busy. We have counseled most of the day. Then taught for 2 hours this evening. It has been a good week and as always we are sad it is coming to an end but ready to go home to our assigned place once again. We will have our last seminar session tomorrow then will meet with several people for counseling and tomorrow evening we have the pleasure of teaching the group of Americans who were here this week watching the kids so their parents could attend our seminar. We will take a picture of them and post it tomorrow.
PW and Sherry