Monday, May 13, 2013

Sweet Greetings

On Mondays, blogging Compassion sponsors often post the letters they may have received during the week. I am linking up with Blogging from the Boonies- please check out Michelle's lovely blog and the wonderful Compassion-related resources she posts there.

This was a pretty slow letter week. I was happy to receive a letter from Victor, though!

23 March 2013

Dear Jessi, 
How are you? I hope you are fine together with your family. I'm also doing well with my schooling and I know at the end of this term I will do the exam and I hope I will be somewhere, and my family is also doing well in the other side. 
I thank you for the Christmas gift you send for me. I was very proud for that gift. I was given gumboots and exercise books, those things made me happy. 
Here in Kenya there is a lot of rainfall in some parts, even others have started planting crops and I hope those crops will do well. What about your country? I'm very proud with the letter you sent for me and I know you will send more and more. 
I am also praying for you so that God may guide you in what ever you are doing and I hope God will give you more strength for working. Remember to greet for me your family. May God bless you. Goodbye. 

Your beloved child, 

Victor is very right- I will send him "more and more" letters! : ) We also received a packet of  "new" pictures of Mishel, our most recent correspondence kid, but they are exactly the same as the pictures we got with her sponsorship packet a few weeks ago. I don't know what that was about, but it's nice to have more pictures of her!

1 comment:

  1. What a sweet letter!!! I love that Victor's proud of the letter that you sent him and he knows you'll send him more and more. I also love that he's proud of the gift he received!! I bet he was happy to receive gumboots and exercise books. That's funny that you received extra pictures of Mishel! That happened once to us with a correspondent child. I didn't complain about the extras, though!!


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