Triston is one of our beloved fourth graders here at Granny’s House. Triston is driven, courageous, curious, and hard-working. In the past few years, we have seen him develop more and more from a “little boy” into a growing young man, diligently applying time to his studies and wanting to become more involved with Granny’s House through Sons of the King, CALEB Science Club, and Resounding Joy. Triston was recently intervewed by Miss Natasha, and here are some excerpts from that conversation:
Tash: What’s your favorite subject in school and why?
Triston: Music because you get to play instruments; the recorder, the violin, the ukulele, drums.
Tash: What’s your most favorite memory?
Triston: When I figured out I was allowed to go to KAA (Kids Across America) and when we got a dog.
Tash: What’s your favorite thing about Granny’s House?
Triston: Everyone is nice. And everyone helps with homework, writing, typing…lots of stuff.
Tash: How has your involvement with Granny’s House changed your life?
Triston: Learning more about Jesus, and getting closer to Jesus.
Tash: What is one thing from Sons of the King that you’ll always remember?
Triston: Graduating. You give a speech about what you’ve done and what you’re going to do in the future.
Tash: What is one thing you have learned in SOTK that is important to you?
Triston: That Jesus was crucified. He did that so we didn’t have to die.
Tash: What do you want to do when you grow up?
Triston: Be a firefighter or a police officer. When I grow up I want to go to Chicago to live in a mansion.
Tash: What is one thing you wish people knew about you?
Triston: That I like electronics. Everyone says I like reading and writing. And I like singing.
Way to go, Triston! Your Granny’s House family will always be here to support you.