I was nervous about Anna flying solo, so she paid a little extra to have just one 9-hour stopover in London. Anna's plane ticket was paid in full by Grace and Peace Presbyterian...thanks to the thoughtfulness of Adina, our good friend. Adina was burdened for Anna's mission and asked her church to help. What a blessing! It was amazing to us the generosity of friends and family who wanted to be a part of Anna's mission. PTL
I like what Grace and Peace's deacon wrote to Anna:
Thank you for being willing to help the Winklers bear their burdens. Sharing of them is what we are called to do. We are to be known in the world by our love for one another and I am happy to be a part of helping you show that love, not only to fellow believers but also to people in a far off land.Anna made this little display for me. I found the picture on facebook. The grass grew very quickly...so much so that we had to keep it trimmed! Ruthie made the three crosses. We took it to church to put on the table for the breakfast after Easter sunrise service.
Then we saw our friend Bonnie D's version! I love it! She too had to keep hers trimmed. I like that Bonnie's had more of a hill. Anyway, it was fun.
Duck eggs are in season in a big way. Last year we could barely get a dozen a week. This year the duck farmer has about 20 dozen a week! I made this angel food cake using King Arthur's glutenfree baking mix. It was delicious!Hallelujah! Christ arose!