In PCS, my students recently finished their literature books, so we began reading Number the Stars, a book set in
Abraham continues to have a mountain of homework from the seminary. He has to fit this in to the schedule of teaching PE at PCS four days a week, tutoring Spanish with four students (including my mom via Skype), leading the Huejotzingo mission, and working at the seminary to help pay his tuition. We also lead the pre-teen group at church on Wednesday night where Abraham leads the AWANA games beforehand, and I keep score. With this schedule, there are many times when he stays up very late at night. Please keep him in your prayers.
It's not all work, work, work. We spend time together goofing off, too. For example, my Korean student gave me chopsticks, and when I made stir-fry, I brought them out to use. I had also heated tortillas and told Abraham, "You can use chopsticks or you can eat the semi-Chinese food with chopsticks, but I don't think you can do both." He figured out a way to do both, so I had to try eating totopos with chopsticks.
Abraham will have two weeks off for Easter, starting next week. I have the week after Easter off, so we'll have that week to relax together. Wonderful blessing!