I go to Lynchburg to see the boys at least once a week. Some days it is a quick trip to fill up Timothy’s groceries and other times I have spent the night or gone to see a play with some friends. Letting T live with his brothers has been one of the hardest things I have done. I trust all of them but the void it left was really big. I had home schooled him for 3 years and we spent so much time together especially since we have been moving so much. He’s my buddy and I still miss him.
Last month I went with Sarah and Helen (they came to see us in Scotland) and Eddie to see a play at Liberty University. The play was called “Brigadoon” and it was set in Scotland. The students did a great job with the Scottish accent. I was very impressed. We’re going to see Steele Magnolias in a couple of weeks. I love taking advantage of stuff like that. Especially when I have female friends that I can go with. Michael likes plays but he’s probably the only one I could talk into going.
We have not done well teaching them “culture”. Their idea of art is seen on the floor beside Robert’s chair in the picture above. They have saved their 2 liter bottles and made “art” with them.