Rwanda Day 3 — Balloon Twisting Just Got Real

Remember when I decided to learn a skill in 2011 and I picked balloon twisting?  Oh yes.  You can read about the penis sword by CLICKING HERE!

Today was my first opportunity to practice this awesome skill in a mission field.  Before leaving for Rwanda, I learned how to make a zebra, giraffe and a monkey climbing up a palm tree.  I was excited to share with the kids and within seconds, I knew my monkey climbing up a tree would not satisfy the mass of street children who swarmed us when someone pulled out the bag of lollipops since it takes me a good six minutes to complete the feat of engineering when I’m not feeling pressure to perform at the same time with flair and pizazz.

With that said, I can make a dog from start to finish in 30 seconds.  I quickly tutored my fellow mission mates on how to whip out a super cool dachshund and we busted out roughly 50 dogs in a short amount of time.

Note to reader.  Most children in Rwanda have never seen a dog.

After learning this rather important balloon twisting information, I called an audible and switched the agenda to hats.

To sum up:  dogs = no go

Hats = SCORE!

I’ll take it.

Comments

7 Comments on "Rwanda Day 3 — Balloon Twisting Just Got Real"


Reno
November 19, 2012 3:03 pm

How fun Lincee! And the kids are so cute! : )

Barchbo
November 19, 2012 7:53 pm

Love those smiles! Am enjoying reading about your trip and can’t wait to hear how God uses you! Know at least one of your readers is praying for you and your trip!

ellerod
November 20, 2012 2:03 pm

Prayers for your mission trip!!! What a blessing!

Share more pics, if possible! :)

November 20, 2012 2:05 pm

Thank you! I will try and get some uploaded on Thanksgiving. The band width isn’t the fasted over here! But I certainly appreciate the prayers.

Brandy
November 20, 2012 7:45 pm

Oh Lincee! This is just precious! Love this and all the work you’re doing! Can’t wait to read more about your trip! Be safe! :)

Todd
November 22, 2012 7:03 pm

Way to think on your feet and “read your audience.”

ally
November 23, 2012 5:52 pm

Too funny!!! the first pic with the dogs could totally be a “not impressed” meme!!!! hehehehehe

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