We love to play dress-up and pretend in our house. You never know who you might meet when you come to visit: George Washington, Mary the mother of Jesus, Prince Caspian, Pocahontas, Templeton the rat, and Ma and Pa Ingalls are just a few that frequent here. Lately there has been a tribal village set up in our living room. I asked Nori to tell me about it today, and this is what she did...
Our Tribal Village
by Miss Nori Craig
In our village we are called the Wanchum people.
In our village, we wear stickers on our face, not paint.
In our village we live in a tent made of chairs and a blanket.
In our village we have a cat named Sniffy Lickers who brings us mice to stew for dinner.
In our village we cook beanbags for breakfast.
In our village we go night-night at least 20 times a day.
In our village we need the Bible in our own language.
In our village we want to be with Jesus.
In our village there is a missionary named Nina.
In our village Nina is learning our language to make an alphabet.
In our village the children love to hear Nina tell them about Jesus.