The last 3 days have been pretty easy, orientation days, and we've been having clinic for only a few hours each day. Here are some fun things that have happened/ experiences I have had lately.
*I gave 2 more vaccinations yesterday in the clinic and practiced learning pharmaceutical medications- like what each medication is for.
* We did real Taekwondo fighting yesterday. Seth was dressed up in a mattress/ fighting suit and we took turns kicking him and practicing our moves. It was extremely fun.
* We went bull/ cow hearding and I got to ride on a motorcycle. It was really exciting and afterwards a bunch of us ended up being pushed into a pool and night swimming for a little bit.
*We're starting our "read thru the New Testament" over the year plan. We're getting accountability partners and going to be reading about 3 chapters a day every day.
*Today is our last day with Dr. Happy and our nice cooks. After this, we're on our own and will be starting cooking and cleaning, as well as our children's activities.
*After Taekwondo, a bunch of us SM's and a few kids from around the neighborhood stick around and play hot potato or cemetery dodge ball where you avoid being hit/ dying in the middle by running around aimlessly in a circle and dodging "bombs" aka volleyballs.
A great verse that really speaks to me is: The horse is made ready for the day of battle, but victory rests with the Lord. Ephesians 4:2 It just reminds me that my will and plans really don't matter. We need to keep trusting God and keep asking Him what He wants for us every single day.