The residents at PG are doing about their usual. Doris was sick with a kidney infection, which is better now, but the doctor is still doing some tests. Samuel found Mary Jane’s glasses down in the grass by the pond, so she’s seeing better. Teresa’s blood is still too thin, so the testing continues weekly. Most were able to get out to the Sunday afternoon gospel meetings in August, which were about 45 miles away.
Robert Doecke from Australia visited the Milles for a few days on his way to Mexico. He had spent some time with the Milles when they lived in Vietnam. We enjoyed visits with him at PG and one evening at the Makis. He told many stories about the early days of the gospel in Australia. The pictures below show Robert with the Milles, with the 4 residents at PG who were workers, telling a story after the morning bible study, the group at Makis (picture taken by Robert), and demonstrating how to throw a boomerang!
Three friends from San Antonio came to visit Betty, Hilde Jackman, Betty Gauss and Sylvia McPherson. The picture below shows them with Betty. Karin had a birthday in August, shown below with Katelyn.
Melissa continued to be sick in August and decided her health wouldn’t allow her to continue to work at PG. Jennifer’s family decided to move to northeast Texas, so we lost 2 staff members. We added two part time staff, Aschsteion and Iishia (both Certified Nursing Assistants). I don’t have a picture of them yet… will include one in September.