My wife, Joice, and I have just had an unusual blessing: the visit of our two Aussie grandsons, their spouses and two great grandchildren—one whom we had never met before.
Wes, our oldest grandson, his wife Heidi and their boys, Archie and Chase, stayed two weeks and although we saw them often, we wish it could have been longer. Now back in Australia, they leave this week to begin a new neighborhood outreach in a new town.
Let me tell you a bit about them: Wes is tall, lean, sometime shaven and a “fair dinkum” (meaning authentic) Aussie, although he was born in Papua New Guinea. He is a graphic artist and lettering connoisseur, making his living with another friend through their online business. He is fairly quiet, thoughtful and resourceful, committed to God and His kingdom. He is athletic and loves to fish. In Texas he was also courageous, driving the car that accompanied the duplex where they were staying.