Monday, June 7, 2010

A day of work

Here is a picture of our family in front of the My Father's World booth -- that is what we do! Drive the van and a trailer to different homeschool conventions, set up the booth (its like a puzzle!) share with customers, and then drive home or onto the next one!
This year Chuck assists Steve as a second cashier what a help!
One of our helpers, Kim Reiffer, getting her order before the doors open
Eugene likes showing the demo of the foreign language program Rosetta Stone

Here we were at the Naperville, IL convention.
We are thankful to be a part of a company that has the mission of RAISING UP GENERATIONS OF GODLY FAMILIES WHO SEE THE WORLD THROUGH GODS EYES AND LIVE ACCORDING TO THAT KNOWLEDGE. Its a blessing being a part of something that is an encouragement to so many families and is also passionate about missions!

After a long day of work it feels great to sit down and eat some food! Cracker Barrel is one of our new favorites. Thanks to many of you who bless us with home-cooked food while we are on the road it is a much appreciated treat!!!

We are happy to be home for a full week! As I am wondering why I feel so busy, I realize that we are squashing into one week all the stuff we usually do in a month! It makes for a busy season but we really enjoy it! -- well most parts of it :) As we prepare to head to Denver,CO and then Austin, TX for over 40 hr in the car the next two weeks ....the driving part we could skip!!

We appreciate prayers for safe travels and that we would be an encouragement to the many homeschoolers we come in contact with!
THANKS! the Quak Flock


Anonymous said...

wow...looks tiring. but thanks for doing it, 'cause I'm REALLY glad to be homeschooled!! God bless!
~jenny r. <3

Anonymous said...

I'm so glad you shared what your family "does" -- it's hard to imagine but you have made a life of it! Blessings,
Julie in MN