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Hi, friends! We have been in Panama for a month already! The Internet and Wi-Fi is in and out here, so I am trying new ways this year to document our homeschool weekly activities and lessons. These pictures are from a festival we went to the first week we were here. The food is delicious here, and very inexpensive. The weather is hot and because everything is relatively close, we walk. My husband and I are each down a pants size already!
This is the kitchen. They say you can drink from the tap here, but we still get filtered water delivered like most of the residents that live here.
This is the back door going out into the garden that is connected between this house and the one behind us. It is absolutely gorgeous. It was really hard leaving our house back home, but I felt like God was going to provide us something wonderful here. Our neighbors behind us who share the garden, call it Genesis and are believers, so it's been a blessed experience here so far.
It was #HappyNationalDogDay a few weeks ago, so here are some fun pictures of our international puppy :)
The coach at my Mom's school met the boys, and immediately asked if they would both be on the school's soccer team, even though they are homeschooled! My husband and I got to ride the bus (this is what school buses look like here!) to the field with the boys, and watch them in the bleachers! It was a two hour practice, but they did awesome and had a chance to meet some of the students.
Working on math lessons at my Mom's house.
A picture of my boys in the garden :)
The boys here are working on a different set of chores. There are washing machines, but really no need for dryers as the sun can dry the clothes within a hour. G helps me with the wash, and B helps Daddy with dishes (no dishwasher here!). They also think it's fun to twirl the broom and mop outside :)
My oldest son got really sick for about a week and half here, so we have been playing catch up in homeschool studies and on my blog. I am so thankful he is feeling better. It's amazing how helpless you feel when your child is sick, especially in a foreign country. We are also still getting adjusted here, and things take more time here than back home. We know everything is going according to God's plan, so we are learning to sit back and learn how to be patient, and be thankful for the provisions.
Hope you all are doing well, and I hope to have more updated posts on us more than once a month. Thanks for continuing to follow us :)
Homeschool Lesson Plan Sheets for Weeks 2 to 4:
This is the week B got sick.