Thursday, August 20, 2009

Read My Face


Byron, Jesse and Trevor are putting in a ton of hours dealing with the receipts and books and closing details of the trip they just led their friends through. I like that I could capture on camera how much they love book keeping ;-) Much as they may not be enjoying it, they are doing a good job of it. Better them than me! We would be in such a mess if people left numbers to me.

10 comments:

Carrie said...

Oh, me too Lisa! Good job, Borden boys! Were you at the team meeting in Mombasa when Marsha Ross said that (read my face)? I love how loudly faces speak!

lisa said...

Oh yes, I was thinking of Marcia as I wrote that title. I always thought that happened at the Center, though. Wherever it was, she is remembered with love!

Diane said...

Funny how people forget all the paper work that goes with mission work. Remember doing some of that myself and people thinking I was taking a day off! Oh how I wish.
Well done to your wonderful men. I remember someone saying years ago that no one wants to go into mission for admin but we need to really really really bless those who are called to do admin on the mission field.

Tehur said...

I love their faces!!!!Hahahaha!!!!Love you guys!

Sue said...

I was hoping there was at least a glass of wine in someone's hand, but I guess the celebratory comes later...may the end will come soon!
So grateful they planned Safaris With a Purpose :)

Sue said...

Phew...that was celebratory drink...and may the end come soon!

Anonymous said...

That is hilarious!! Dad should be in the picture as well. He feels the same way and is happy I take care of it all for him. I hope the guys all got a little stipend. It's more than I get.

Mum

sifluralin said...

Oh, how I love these men.

Trevor Borden said...

cari just called me a man :)

Katie said...

I like this picture. I am bad with numbers too. Please give trevs a hug for me before he heads back to our beloved stomping grounds. And tell Jesse, I thought of him often I spent the last week in the Amazon at a rain forest preservation lodge. Love you all and am blessed continually by your lives.