It is extremely hot in Freetown right now, there is a gas crisis and the girls are having to walk great distances in the heat to attend school. Click on the picture below of Lucy walking to school. Clicking on any picture in this blog enlarges it to see details. Notice beads of sweat on her forehead, and this is early morning. Bless her heart, what discipline these girls have to attend school.
However both girls, value and appreciate their education. They know that it is important and are very thankful for those who contribute regularly to provide this schooling for them, namely Claudio & Shelly Lopez and Jim and Glenda Krapf.
Both Ann Marie and Lucy are doing excellent in their new schools. James and Kadijah saw fit to place them in different schools this year to deepen their career choices.
Lucy, hopeful to be an accountant is attending the Lebanese International school where this career is specialized. Here is her recent report card.
Ann Marie, attending the International School, is seeking to become a lawyer. This is the best school for that training. Here is her report card:
Both girls are using a study prayer, written by Fr. Seraphim at the request of Ann Marie to guide them in their education.
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