It all tasted really good, and it was wonderful to have our house full of people. Full of buns and chocolate, we played a game of Ligretto that caused a lot of shouting, laughter and stress (for some of us at least). Idunn won. That happens a lot... She is good!
Our first month in Ngaoundéré is already over, and it has went by really fast! Tommorrow at eight o'clock we are being thrown out into the unknown; our first day at work. It is hard to believe that we have only five months left, so I am glad that we finally are going to begin what we came here for.
Please pray for our work; that we will find good teaching strategies, that we will have the courage required for fulfilling tasks we do not yet know how to do and finally that our work will bring blessing for those we work with and for.