The 10th month of the year. And we have 10 months to go on our mission. ☺
|Woke up on Monday to clean house and found this on the screen outside. It is a bit larger than life - about 3 1/2 inches across, Beautiful moth. Last week as we were going slow in the car a butterfly flying next to us, about this size. It's wings were irradescent blue.|
Now she is a "chapin" - a guatemalteca. This is typical guatemalan material.
in yellow from Tonga.
I like the sign behind them "Show de Talentos" is Talent Show. But the TA fell off, so it is "Show de lentos" - Show of
the Slow Ones. Very appropriate cause nothing here starts on time. Usually activities are 30-60 minutes late.
And the Young Women did a nice dance,
Here is a short video of them,
Wagner Otoniel Rodriguez has finally arrived. We have been working with his family since March.
Here is the crib we bought for him. In Spanish it is called a Moises - Spanish for Moses.
Here is the Rodriguez family.
Karla was given permission by her parents to be baptized. It took 2 months for that to happen. She is 12, the same age that Sister Wetzel was when she was baptized.
Then we drove on a half hour more to make visits in El Tumbador.
Cool natural figure, about 8 feet tall.
This morning as we stopped for a red light there was this clown juggling machetes. I just caught the end. Maybe David could learn this, but it might cost him a finger or two. ☺