It’s been a heavy week in my blog world, and in my real world we are hard at work too. Our first team of the season arrived on Thursday and Spring Break begins today for me and the kids. Yes we are spending our spring break hosting a missions team. Some people spend their spring break GOING on a missions trip to build something in a foreign country. I live it. How cool is that? I don’t HAVE to go anywhere.
Speaking of going somewhere (and this is my lame-o segue into the fun video I want to share), last summer we sent our newly minted 16-year-old son back home to Minnesota to get his drivers’ license. When we return for furlough in 18 months we don’t want him to be the weird missionary kid at college with no drivers’ license. So even though it’s illegal for him to drive in Costa Rica, we let him pull the car out of the school parking lot or drive around the block every once and a while. I thought of him, and all the other weirdo missionary kids who have to learn how to drive in third world countries when I saw this little video. It’s funny. This is what drivers’ ed would look like if it were taught by children. (This video is made with real kids explaining things and then adults acting them out.)