That I shall say good night till it be morrow” Juliet from Romeo and Juliet
|A bucket brigade we made to load 400 food bags onto the bus.|
|Here are some of the children of Moaloa. Do you see the boy with the #15? That is sweet Jefferson. Do you see the boy, David, to his left. That is his handicapped little brother. They are so sweet, we enjoyed playing with them while we were delivering food bags.|
Here is the family, Yoni is in front with the blue tank top. His brother and sister are in back. The little boy in front is their cousin, I believe. There is another cousin name Christian, who is also a sweetheart. I don't like to ask too many questions, but the cousins may not have parents either.
This is David and Christian. I would take both of these boys home with me and raise them. No question about it. They are filled with love and joy!! I told them they were my sons. Proximo Ano!!!! Next year!!! I've learned that phrase!!!! I love them sooo much! Christian is another cousin of Yoni.
|I borrowed this picture from Jenna, one of our interpreters. That's her in the soccer jersey. This is Malvin and Yoni's house.|
Terry, our fearless leader
Long lines for American Airlines at the Teguc airport. Nothing here is ever fast!!
It took us almost an hour to move from the back of this line to this point!
sushi in the Miami airport (I'm as guilty as the next person!)
This was in a Mexican restaurant. I can't remember the name of the holiday where they celebrate their dead relatives.
Hi sweet Cocoa!!! She was glad to see me, but her perception of time is off. To her I could have been gone 3 hours!!! :)
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I'm already thinking about next year's trip!!! Proximo ano!!!