"What do your kids think about going to Bolivia?" If I had a nickel for every time I'd been asked that... Of course, if it was contingent upon having a good answer, I'd still be broke. So I finally decided to interview the kids, and see what they had to say in response to a few basic questions.
Q: What do you think about moving to Bolivia?
K: I would be kind of excited because our friends have a Wii. Excited to learn to speak Spanish. For 3 years I’m not as excited.
S: Good. ‘Cuz a gato is in Bolivia.
Q: Do you know where Bolivia is?
K: No. Do you know where it is Dad? (long pause) Somewhere around a city close to the Sun I think.
Q: Is there anything you’re afraid of?
K: You wasting all your money getting a new house & furniture & especially the stove.
S: Dan & Daryl are a "kinda-know" right now.
Q: What are you excited about?
K: Get to see Nana in Bolivia. And Michelle.
Q: You met Dan & Daryl. What do you think about meeting their kids?
K: I’m excited about that.
Q: What do you think I should ask?
K: Are you excited about moving into a new house?
-I’m excited about that. I hope it will be a bigger area around our house so we can blast off rockets.
Q: How long do you think it will take to get to Bolivia?
K: Like three days.
Q: If you could take just one thing with you, what would you take?
K: Puppy (his beany-baby dog)
S: Soft kitty, little kitty, & blue blankey.
K: Daddy, you should ask me if I’m excited about growing up. When we come back, I’m excited to be 8, ‘cuz then I can do things on my own without my parents.
Mom: What do you want your new teacher in Bolivia to be like?
K: Kind of blond hair, like Mrs. S.
Q: Why are we going to Bolivia?
K: We’re going to be missionaries. Because you like helping others.
S: To speak Spanish.
Q: Is there anything else you want to tell me about Bolivia?
K: It's gonna be fun going on the plane.
S: I liked it when you guys were at Bolivia, and I was at Nana & Papa’s.
Q: Thanks for the interview.
K: Could you write down even more please? How about I ask you questions about Bolivia.
|Interviewing each other after we were done.|