Friday, February 13, 2009

Where the learning begins




Here are the kiddies sitting at their favorite table. It's one of the many things my mom bought them. I put it outside in the garage and that's our pool in the background. Before you get worried, there is a metal gate that retracts blocking off the pool from ground to ceiling. I just opened it for the picture.

I didn't get the job I interviewed for. They felt my Spanish wasn't strong enough. So frustrating, but I'm believing He knows and is going to take care of my needs.

Today I started working on simple school lessons with Lorenzo. Claudia is in pre-k and has an hour of homework each night. It's amazing the push they put on these kids to learn everything so early. It would bug me except these kids are so active that it's good to put their little minds to work.

Did you see my dad's blog? He posted something interesting, you might want to check it out. Some exciting news, I've been dying for him to share!

My heartfelt prayer: Dear Jesus, Today I am asking "just what do you have in store for me?" You know exactly what I need, what is best for my family. Give me wisdom, I need clear answers and guidance from You. Love always, Jennifer

4 comments:

Aunt Becky said...

Hey Jennifer, I will pray your prayer with you - that God will give you wisdom and guidance. He does know exactly what you need. The picture of the kids is darling. Your pool is beautiful, and I love the tile floor in the garage - it all just looks so open and lovely. Love you, Aunt Becky

Seedplanter said...

Jennifer, your prayer says it all. God DOES know what's best for your family. Psalm 37:7 and Psalm 46:10 are always a source of peace when I'm waiting for answers.

Hang in there. I'm praying for you.

Jennifer said...

Aunt Becky, Tile is BIG here in Puerto Rico. I love it because it's easy to clean, but also takes lots of work to keep clean if that makes sense! The kids love to jump in the pool and then "slide" across the tile when they are dripping wet 'bout gives me heart attacks trying to keep them safe. Love ya.

Anonymous said...

Jennifer: I will be praying for you. God has the perfect job for you, just wait and trust Him. By the way in PR there are private schools that are bilingual. Did you tried to apply? I know that sometimes they need teachers aids or assitant teacher for the lower grades. I will try to find the website for you.