Internship: Thailand Pictures

It has been another exciting week in Thailand! I am living at one of the girl’s homes for Remember Nhu along with the 60 girls here. They are all in school so my week days consist of teaching English to the Thai house parents and other helpers from the home along with the two boy’s homes down the road. When I’m not teaching, I get to plan games for the kids, clean up around the house, do my laundry, or from time to time go and work on a new boy’s home they are building. The girls are all home from school by 5 o’clock so at night we play games and I often help them with their English homework. Also, different teams come for weeks at a time and will eat dinner with us and run activities on Saturdays when the kids are off school.

So far, we have had teams come out from California, Korea, and New Jersey in my short time here. At the end of a team’s trip they have a paper lantern send off as a way to bless and thank the teams. Everyday here has been different and I’m looking forward to what I will be doing this week. Here are some of the pictures I’ve taken so far in my journey to Thailand for my internship. Enjoy!

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Erin Fox

About Erin Fox

Hey! I'm Erin Fox and I am a junior at Nyack College. I'm just a Midwest girl who made the move to the East coast and loves every minute of it. My major is Inter-cultural studies with a minor in Spanish and Bible. After college I plan on moving to the mission field and sharing the love of Jesus while helping and loving his people all along the way. I love Nyack and know that with each day it is equipping me more and more to do God's work throughout the world.
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