It has been almost two years ago now that I sat down an designed in my brain a room that would allow me to teach here in Passe-bois-d'orme. This week, the little squares on a piece of paper that represented chairs turned into real live plastic chairs. Well, they aren't alive. But they do have a picture of a hummingbird and flowers on them. Sixteen chairs were delivered here along with a folding table. The good folks at WFL made the delivery possible. I never even left my house.
Now the ASAPH Teaching Center can begin to host larger meetings. My limit up until now was about seven. On the day we received the chairs I showed a film to about 18 kids, and they were seated two to a chair. No big deal for folks here, but not ideal. I know have seating for up to 20 people...each in their own chair.
I'm looking forward to hosting a game night where folks can come and play games...either in Creole or in English.
This month, I'm planning of having the local electrician come to wire the steel buildings with actual lighting and switches. Right now we're dealing with extension chords.
Each day is one small step f
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