|Walking to school|
|Special treat of riding in an autoshop truck to school|
|Outside Liam's classroom on the first day|
|Burning off of grass during dry season, to help it rain, prep garden ground or just because someone was bored....|
|Liam playing with his friend Heidi back 2012 - she is in Julien's class at school but is soon leaving on furlough|
|Evan with a group of people from Ukarumpa exploring a cave back in 2013|
|Liz going down the "homemade" water-slide last term with friends (photo courtesy of Tanya Lott)|
|Little boy in a big bed - Julien in Brisbane for testing back in 2013 - He had lots of people all over the world praying for him. He is happy and healthy now.|
|The "golden ticket"|
Now you are probably thinking: I get the letters but what are 'golden tickets' about? I refer you to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl. In the story the holders of the golden ticket were provided access to a world of fun, delicious treats and recognized as special.
The same thing happens when we missionaries here in Ukarumpa unlock our box and see one of these lucky little pieces of bent, scribbled and tired pieced of yellow cardstock waiting for us.
It means there is a package waiting just for us at the postal desk and all we have to do is present the card...the grown-ups can sometimes be even more excited than the kids.
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