Right now I’m writing a letter to the child in Guatemala who I sponsor. I feel ashamed that I still haven’t written any letters to her – she has written me three already… But now I’m getting it done! I’m finishing the letter right now and then I will write it by hand on a beautiful letter paper. I’ve got a few gifts to put in the package as well. I hope she will like them!
I’ve got the letter with information on my new sponsored child! It’s a cute little seven-year-old girl from the western part of Guatemala. I’m so happy, and it feels so special to be able to change a family’s life for the better.
I decided already in highschool that I don’t want to have any children, and I stick to it. Shortly after I made that decision, I also decided I would sponsor children when I grew older, instead of having my own ones. Now I am older, and I’ve finally done something about it!
Even though this class about gnosticism is really difficult, I’m still happy that I’m taking it and I will do my best to finish the assignments on time. Not only is the subject interesting in itself, the class has also helped me a little with the fantasy novel I’m planning to write!
John Ira Shepherd Hanson, that’s the most recent addition to the Hanson family. Zac’s first child.
Young Zac, I remember when he was 13 years old and was sitting there behind the far too big drumset, or was having fun in front of the camera, or was bored during interviews… Now he’s 22 years old, married, and a father!
Shepherd… Sure I do love “my” Hanson guys, but they’re terribly good at choosing weird names for their children!