This morning we got to celebrate with our Candlelight school and CAMAcrafts staff. SUPER fun, and now I have a sunburn. :) Tomorrow, I'll go to Thailand with my team for some meetings and hopefully some R&R. Would you uplift our time together and ask for His Spirit to unify us, give us His wisdom of the work here, and guide our conversations?
I am thankful to have these next two weeks off of teaching, but I can't believe another 6 week English term is finished already! Yesterday, after handing back my students' final exams, we played a VERY lively dice game. It's really simple, but WAY fun and it's been a huge hit with every Lao gathering I've tried it with:
Each person has their own piece of paper, and there is only one pen for everyone to share. You take turns rolling two die, and if you roll a number 6 and or a number 2, you grab the pen and start writing numbers 1-50 as fast as possible. However, others continue rolling the die, and if they get a 6 or 2, they steal the pen and start their own numbers on their paper, and so on. The first person to reach 50 (or 100) wins! I highly recommend it.
Conclusion: Lao people are SO fun!!!! See for yourself: