A communications experiment

5 May

We hope you’ve enjoyed staying connected with us via our blog over the last several months. This blog will remain the place where we post things of general interest about our life in Peru. However, we’ve also started a mailing list using MailChimp for items of a more personal and/or spiritual nature, including specific prayer requests for our family that we may not to want share generally. If you wish to receive those communications also, please use this MailChimp signup form. Every email sent from the list will have an Unsubscribe link, so you can opt out at any time. If you received an email from us about a week ago that looked nicely formatted and said MailChimp at the very bottom, you’re already on the list. If not, you are only signed up to receive our blog posts via email and you may also want to signup for the monthly list using the link above.

In other news, Vicki graduated from language school last week. She gave an excellent closing speech, and while she would not call herself fluent, she has made tremendous progress in these six months and I am very proud of her.

The kids are enjoying a lighter week at school. It’s testing week, so they’re getting out at 11am every day. They are not enrolled as regular students this year so their official grades would not suffer while they learn Spanish (speaking of which, is coming along nicely). Thus, the tests are a bit less stressful for them than their classmates 🙂 Next week, they are off school and we are all looking forward to the break!

One Response to “A communications experiment”

  1. kcauble May 5, 2014 at 9:30 pm #

    Congratulations Vicki!!!

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