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... really were full packed dinners in disguise. Keep up all your hard work and I hope you get to go on a pioneer route again! Also the Mixed nuts, Coco Puffs, Sunny D's, Burger Kings, Mexican girls, Golden Girls and all the other food groups and friends, Thank you all for all the fattening delicious meals and all the spiritually strengthening conversations. May Jehovah bless you wherever you are and to wherever you go in His service, and remember that wherever I am you are welcome! ...
... of things, the brothers in our congregation have decided for us to deliver both invitations at the same time. The KN 38 is a beautiful and direct message, very applicable in our territory since most people that we visit have lost a friend or relative: parent, sibling, many from disease or accidents. And for our Convention we have some new arrangements. Usually we would travel ...
... chicken and tortillas and coconut water, and we even had a chance to try making our own tortillas!! I'm ashamed to say that I stink at it, defenitely need more practice since my idea of home made just means to buy them at the store and reheat them at home :-( After dinner we played “Uno” for a while, then it was a bike ride home in the dark and muddy roads... its good to work out a bit after dinner :-) a ...
... vemos el
mar cafe y sucio grrrrr. Otro pueblo que hemos estado visitando se
llama Guinea Grass, y visitamos a una familia de 6 hermanos y
hermanas, no se donde estan los papas, pero los hermanos mayores
cuidan de los mas chicos. Sally y CJ comenzaron otra vez un estudio
con uno de los chiquitos, Victor que tiene Sindrome de down, si
escucha pero no puede hablar y responde bien a las senas. Solo hay
unos cuantos cursos para sordos, no una ...
... choppy and spine crunching boat ride to tobacco caye, which is a tiny (walk around it in 10 minutes tiny) island, where we stayed in cabanas on the water and snorkeled. saw sting reys and tons of amazing fish.
yesterday, we took a boat back to dangriga, and then a 3 hour bus trip to belize city. it was interesting that the driver played a political hearing on the bus stereo. a loud and angry argument progressed in the house's first gathering in 5 months. ...