|Josh left, Max right|
Katya, who has bought milk to resell from us for several years, has drove an old wreck of a Kombi ... I don't have a recent photo, there may be one somewhere on the blog...that broke down a lot recently. But now she has a newer used vehicle to drive, she's paying for it on the employee installment plan. The first time she drove it here some wire burnt off in the motor and the guys had to fix it on a muddy wet morning.
Yesterday was Maxim Boradin's 20th birthday. I baked him a cake and gave him a shoebox full of candy that he was sharing with everyone yesterday in the the Ukrainian birthday way.
|candy and a coffee mug for Max|
He has been going to Zaporosia for English classes this year and is now taking drivers training to get his driving licence. He also has been accepted into Providence College in Manitoba for the fall, we are getting his study visa ready to send off now. He wants to study to become a pastor, but will start with English.
For those of you who know our first Max, who still works for us, here is a photo of his wife Yulia and daughter Vika talking with Victor, we met them as they were going for a walk last week. Poor Vika was a little feverish, maybe her teeth or she caught the cold her dad had.