This week the Pot family leaves London to take up a new calling in West Albany, Australia. Our congregation here at London will certainly miss them. We will miss the wonderful preaching we have received, we will miss the games nights, we will miss Monica's smiling face, and we will miss all 5 Pot children. As was said at the farewell evening, there will be lots of Pot-holes left behind. Since our children are all around the same age, from Tim & Byron in Grade 7 all the way down to Natalie and Alyssa, who would have started kindergarten together next fall, our house will have many Pot-holes.
This past weekend was Rev. Pot's farewell service. It was a rather emotional afternoon. Not too many dry eyes were found. It's not like they are just moving down the 401 to another congregations, but all the way to the other side of the world! In all likelyhood, we will never see them again - this is difficult.
Tim, Cody, Jared and Byron came here for lunch for one last Sunday get-together. Hard to believe that is the last time Byron will be here.... they had pizza for lunch, and played lots of Wii. Tim had rented some fun four-player games...I'm sure they will have lots of good memories. These boys have been good friends for the past 5 years, and as they get older, they develop much closer ties. I hope they will keep in touch, for a while anyway.
I had to get this on camera:
Come on, boys, just be serious for one minute!
I guess that was too much too ask
Oh well, boys will be boys....
We wish the Pot's a safe journey, an enjoyable and restful break in Holland, and God's blessings on their new life in Australia.