Fun Connections

During our travels, we were blessed with being able to reconnect with friends who we worked with in Cameroon.

While in Ohio, a co-worker from the school where DeAnna worked, Kay, was staying with her sister only 28 minutes away from David’s sister’s house. DeAnna went to visit Kay. Please pray for Kay, she left Cameroon on May 30th and since her return has had a lumpectomy and discovery of cancer and will undergo radiation.

DeAnna and Kay

Also, while in Ohio, colleagues who worked in Cameroon and lived a few doors down from us during our first term, live about 30 minutes away from David’s sister’s house. All of us were invited to a cookout and pool time at their home. It was great to be able to meld our two worlds together – thanks Jim & Jacque!

J & JWhile in Pennsylvania, a family who we are friends with from Cameroon were visiting their family about 45 minutes away from where we were staying. We got together for pizza in a park. The boys were reunited with friends from Cameroon and all of them were happy to play together.

friends

Being with our friends, who we met in Cameroon and could spend time with this summer, was an uplifting blessing. It was nice to chat about our struggles, new learning curves, bloopers, share about Cameroon and share about new discoveries.

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2 Responses to Fun Connections

  1. Pop-pop says:

    It is so neat to have friends around the world. Where ever you go you are not far from someone who knows you and loves you.

  2. George Bruneau says:

    Hi, Yes, a piece of Africa will always be in your hearts. Which is a good thing.

    Serving together,

    George

    *George Bruneau, RC(407)744-2045 Verizon*

    *SKYPE wbt.georgebrun*

    *From:* D squared + J squared = Anderson [mailto:comment-reply@wordpress.com]

    *Sent:* Thursday, July 30, 2015 7:03 AM *To:* george_bruneau@wycliffe.org *Subject:* [New post] Fun Connections

    David posted: “During our travels, we were blessed with being able to reconnect with friends who we worked with in Cameroon. While in Ohio, a co-worker from the school where DeAnna worked, Kay, was staying with her sister only 28 minutes away from David’s sister’s ho”

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