From Lxxx (Day 81): Dear brothers and sisters, We wish you a good worship day! We hope for a peaceful day today. This night we had an air alarm but nothing bad happened. Praise the Lord!
Today I will teach Sunday school for a few children that are left. We will learn the qualities of God and will concentrate on His Love to us. On the table in our Sunday school class we have the names of all children written at the places where they used to sit. We will pray for those who are far away now. I miss my grandchildren very much and it’s hard for me to come to Sunday school class and not see them there.
Yesterday we received a new family of refugees – Oxxx and her 6-year-old daughter, Nxxx. They are staying in a guest room of our medical clinic. The village where they used to live near Kherson was bombed a month ago and Nxxx’s arm was injured. They left for Poland where Nastya was put into hospital. Now everything is fine with her arm and they decided to come back to Ukraine, but their village is occupied so they will stay in our town. We provided them with food. Tomorrow they will go to the place where they can pick clothes.
It’s funny to see how we all became war experts now and discourse about military tactics. Yesterday at our local defense center the girls were arguing about what our militaries should do now. If the soldiers heard them they would probably laugh.
We see our military men when they come to pick our products – camouflage nets and camouflage suits for snipers and scouts. They give us the sizes of the things and tell us what exactly they need. For example now they ask us to change the color of our products gradually from green to the color of green mixed with yellow and brown – the color of grass burned by the sun.
The girls of our group say that we when the war is over we will use our skills to make some decorations. I’m looking forward to it.
God bless you!