2.09.2018

Winter Tour 2018|| Week 3

Week 3 of this tour found us doing concerts in Georgia, Alabama, and South Carolina. We were blessed with many opportunities to minister at a variety of churches, and are especially grateful for very dear families we were able to meet and share with. God has given us a burden to encourage and strengthen families, and it is a blessing when He gives those divine appointments along the way!

We usually have two singing engagements per Sunday, as well as one almost every evening of the week. It is our goal to take at least one evening off per week (although that doesn't always happen:) and we spend those in a variety of ways. This particular evening (after a full day of errands, driving, schoolwork, music practice, and office work), we went to the city and the couples (Mom/Dad + Josh/Cass) went on dates, while the rest of us had Creamy Chicken Fajita supper (pictured below) in the bus. After dinner, Allison, Liz, and Rebecca walked to a nearby Trader Joes for a fun sister shopping excursion while the guys played Rook in the bus.


We take turns (by day) cooking on the bus. This week, when it was Elizabeth's turn, she made a delicious breakfast of Peanut Butter + Chocolate Overnight Oats, Fried Eggs, and Fresh Fruit. It was delicious!
We were going for a new record......10 days in between doing laundry! A big, empty laundromat with HUGE washers + dryers was a welcome sight, and drawers were filled with clean + fresh things once again.:)

5 comments:

  1. Those moments when you can just relax and have fun with family are precious. Make sure you cherish them.

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  2. So glad you can use the laundromat bontragers!!!

    Can you please give us an update on John and Chelsy as to how they are doing...

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    1. We will give an update next Tuesday. Stay tuned!

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  3. Hello all of you, Bontrager Family! I am so excited that you are planning to come over to Mexico again this year! I heard you the last 2 times you came,and I can't wait to hear and see you again! I hope we can meet this time, and I'm hoping that I won't be shy this time and speak to you. Last time I wanted to, but I don't know why I always have been so shy. I live near Cuauhtemoc and play violin and a little of guitar.

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