Commotion and Craziness

We’re now back in Pommern and are ready to get back into the routine! The mission house is full of commotion with the 9 new volunteers…after a week of just the Pollards, it’s definitely going to take some getting used to. I’m very glad that the group seems to be getting along pretty well; hopefully that continues. You never know what you’re going to get with a house full of 12 people! We spent this morning listing our goals for the next three weeks, setting house rules, and discussing group characteristics. It’s definitely been a tumultuous few days. The new people are currently touring the village and meeting the organizations that we’ll be working with (just like we did when we first got here!) Overall, there’s been a lot of logistics lately, but the pace should be picking up soon – crossing our fingers that we get back to work tomorrow!!

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