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Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Looking into '08


One of our main goals now is to get out in the village and build relationships with the people while learning their language and culture.
The kids are making friends too!


To learn language and culture, we often accompany the Siar people as they go about their daily activities. Here Zoe and Eve learn how the women clean their pots at the river while Melissa tries to get the language that goes with this activity.

Although we are living in our house now, there is much left to do. Jonathan is learning language and culture during the week, and does projects around the house on the weekends. Here he and some of the guys are pouring cement under the house for his office.
Merry Christmas to you all from the Jackson kids!