Only Kirstin is getting much school done around here right now. She is in the process of finishing up her first college writing class. Since she is considering writing as a potential major, she has wanted to put her best efforts into this class. She expects to be finished in another week or so. With these online classes from Taylor University, she has a very flexible schedule.
Here she is, with her 'writing coaches' standing by in case she should need any assistance:Her paper is a discussion of the ethical dilemmas caused by the ability to diagnose problems (and gender) in an embryo before it is emplanted in the mother. She enjoys researching that medical/scientific advances/ethical stuff. Earlier this year she wrote a paper for another class on cloning.
What you can't see in that picture is that one of our cats kept peering in the window just behind Kirstin's head, and upsetting the 'writing coaches' - they're kind of flighty, you know. ;-)
The rest of the family isn't getting much school done, because so much time is being spent on the construction site. Progress is painfully slow, but so far most of the workers remain enthusiastic! I hope to post some construction update pictures early next week.
I'm sick - again! I'm so tired of being sick. This time it's a sinus infection, so I'm back on antibiotics. I'm hoping that once I get through this one, I can stay well for a while!
This weekend is a holiday in Honduras, the 15th of September . . . similar to the 4th of July in the states. Tomorrow there will be a parade here in Gracias, but I am told that it is not nearly as interesting and creative as the Lempira Day parade. I'll get out with my camera anyway, just in case there is something of interest to photograph.