In my recent Wycliffe update on the 66th Annual Choctaw Indian Fair, I promised a family update. Â The Choctaw Indian Fair was July 8-11, where the Choctaw Bible Translation Committee (CBTC) had a booth. (If you didn’t get last weekâ€™s Wycliffe-CBTC update and would like it, just reply and let us know!)
Attending the fair was a family affair. 😛 Â It started the weekend before. We drove to the translation office Friday the 4th so i could help organize. Â On our way we stopped briefly at my co-worker’s community. Â She’d reserved the pool for family fun!
My boys are like fish, if there is water, they must be in it!! Can you tell which is which?!
The boys took a break in the afternoon to play at their friend Ceruleanâ€™s house. Â And Hannah and Priska came to the office and helped. We organized stacks and stacks of documents.
(I was so grateful for the time to organize. Â We uncovered a lot. Â And used a lot during the fair! Â I noticed it most poignantly at our quarterly board meeting. Â Fair completed. Reports in. Â Decision time. AboutÂ to make a motion. But none of us could remember precisely the current status! Â We needed a legal document. Â NoÂ time to search. Â No need to wait for next quarter. We put our hands right on the paper! Found and filed on the 4th of July!)
Hereâ€™s Hannah with Rio: