Thursday, March 22, 2007

Nadolski Newsletter

Howdy Y’all from Sugar Land, Texas.

We want to update you on all the happenings in our lives. Sugar Land is nice this time of year. It is not real hot yet. It rains often enough that we don’t have to water the lawn very often. The nights cool off so that it is comfortable to sleep. God is good.

As you probably know John leaves for Kenya on Friday. He will be there about three weeks. He has several different projects that he will be monitoring and meetings to attend while he’s in Kenya. He has been active with our local church heading up their Men’s Ministries, teaching some of the Wednesday night Bible Study lessons, and co-teaching a Sunday School class. He has also been taking a class one night a week. Recently, he attended the Grace Church Missions Conference in San Luis Obispo, California. It was nice to reconnect with our friends and to spend time with our youngest son, Stephen.

Marcia has been substitute teaching almost daily, but several times it’s for half-day. She enjoys the challenge that each class can bring. In addition to the teaching school, she is on the Women’s Committee at our church. She has had the opportunity to be one of the teachers for the Wednesday evening bible study, help in the nursery, and teach Sunday School when needed. We have enjoyed having some friends from Wyoming (Al and Darlene Lesco) stay with us for a few days. It was WONDERFUL. We enjoy the company. You can visit, too. Texas is a lot warmer in the winter than most places in the United States.

Tim and Marissa are doing well and seem to be enjoying married life. Tim is still doing the same thing which is designing tools for eye surgery. Marissa’s working hard on her PhD program. In their spare time they are remodeling their house. They recently put up new siding and replaced the windows. The next project will be redoing the bathroom.

Phil is doing great. He has settled in Longview, Texas. He is enjoying his job and is learning all about the oil industry. Phil is working as a field engineer. Recently, he saw a blow-out (not a flat tire). A blow-out is when the pipe breaks off and comes flying out of the drill site at an extremely fast rate of speed. He was the one who shut down the blow-out so it couldn’t start a fire. He is traveling a lot. On one of the trips which was 9 hours of driving, he fell asleep at the wheel. God was so good. He only had a minor accident from this incident. Thank you for your prayers and for Phil’s guardian angel.

Stephen is currently in his junior year at Cuesta College. He is studying Business and next semester will start Columbia College to finish on his Bachelor’s degree. He is working part-time at a local skate park, too. This summer he will be working as the aquatics coordinator for the county. This means that he’ll oversee the guards and coordinate their schedules.

We would love to hear from you. Stay in touch and let us know how we can pray for you.


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