The Busiest WeekendEver
The second weekend in October was crazy busy for me. As hospitality staff it is my job to make sure allguest teachers and visitors have a place to stay andfood to eat. That weekend was had 6 teachers, 1mission builder, and 5 guests arriving and staying for the week. In my house we had 5 extra people, onesleeping in my room! That means 11 people weresharing one bathroom! It was very busy making sureevery one had everything that they needed.That led into a creative week, where the DTS splitsinto their tracks and each have teaching in art. For meit means a lot of time in the kitchen! I made hotlunches every day for the teachers. Lots of fun, but lotsof work too!On Thursday that week we had Supper in Homes.Which is when the staff and families host students attheir houses for supper. We had 4 students and 2teachers over, I made apple pie and chocolate cake andwe also had Norwegian pancakes, which are a lot likecrepes. It was a nice cozy time to get to know thestudents better.
Teaching with Sue Rinaldi
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we had SueRinaldi from England teachingon communicating God’sheart to the world through thearts. The teaching was verygood, and the students seemedto really enjoy it and learn alot.This week I attended teaching,met with my one on ones, leadsmall group, lead intercessiongroup, on Wednesday the staff had teaching with Sue on howto stay inspired in our busyschedules, I cooked lunches,and made dinner for the DTSon Friday.
And then I turned 21!
Friday the 28
was my 21
birthday! I went tothe YWAM founded café, Lyspunktet, for cake and coffee. I knew the baristas and theygave me my cake and coffee for free with a birthday candle on my cake that I blew threetimes, the first by laughing on it accidentally.On Saturday I baked a bunch of snacks andhad the staff over to hang out and it was verynice and now I am 21!