Zulema’s baby shower. A new baby girl, Samantha, is coming in July! It was such a nice shower, with lots of great food, the cutest cake and lots of games.
Today I went to the Mayan Ruins at Quiriqua with the Liberty Students. I was asked to go as the “photographer.” Basically I have a camera so that qualifies me as a photographer! But it was a great reason to get out and see more of Guatemala.
Great day at Curva del Pina! Another village that we can add to the list for a medical clinic where I was able to help give out deworming medicine. The Liberty students went from house to house evangelizing and also had a VBS (under a tree) for the kids. Each family also received a food … More Day 118:
I may have been asked to play soccer and I may have helped score a goal by hitting the ball with my head. It’s amazing what kids can talk you into, but also how much they can cheer you up!
“Your human love is ever so limited, full of flaws and manipulation. My loving Presence, which always enfolds you, is available to bless others as well as you. Instead of trying harder to help people through your own paltry supplies, become aware of My unlimited supply, which is accessible to you continually. Let … More Day 116:
I never got the chance to say goodbye, but I’m looking forward to when I get to say hello to you one day in heaven my sweet Angel.
A good roommate is one who will hang up her hammock, help search for internet so we can watch Netflix, and then pack it all up when there is no internet!
it’s official… I’m sick. Fever, sore throat and achy.
Today I was able to join the college students who are here in a Spanish Immersion Class from Liberty University. We went to the village of Miramundo, a new one for me, where we had a medical clinic, VBS and evangelized. To have so many Spanish-speaking people was wonderful. I worked on handing out the … More Day 111:
Spreadsheets, on spreadsheets, on spreadsheets. I think I am crossed-eyed after today. So I’ve mentioned that we have been working on progress reports for the past couple of months. Boy was I naive how long and how much work they’d take. Working in sponsorship is no joke. So much time and energy goes into it, … More Day 110: