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... encourage each other and eat together. Shari, I enjoyed the times you stayed over after the meeting chatting and snacking and then having breakfast and chatting some more. Food should always be accompanied by conversation... And for that, my friend, you have a talent :-p love ya and hope to get my good by hug next time I see you! Vanessa, Fanny, Ohh the habanero and coconut oil salsa, the beans, sweet bread, funny dried fruit, and Johnny Cakes, those brief coffee ...
... as a sister, being invited to this training and being assigned somewhere will be a beautiful personal gift to many and a wise use of the powerful force of a large army of willing women.Anyway, for now we are set to work in 2 campaigns. The Kingdom News 38, discussing the resurrection of our dead loved ones AND the invitation for our District Convention on December 6-8. Because of ...
... br> beautiful people. The mom obviously has raised them up to love Jehovah, love their brothers and sisters and give their minds and hearts fully in His work. They live in a small and very simple house but they offered us bountiful spiritual blessings and delicious home made meal!! Marshal made up a quiz and crossword puzzle for us in English and one in Spanish for them, then we had some eggs with tomato, refried ...
... otro lado, me horrorizaria toda la azucar que se consume, pero aqui
se necesita para vivir...en serio! La costa mas cercana es un pueblo
llamado Corozal como a 40 min en camion de aqui. Todos los Jueves nos
vamos a predicar todo el dia por alla y me dicen que cuando no es
tiempo de lluvias como ahorita el mar es verde esmeralda precioso y
despues de comer lunch en el parque, nadan un rato antes de seguir
predicando. Por el momento, solo caminamos ...
... no one does anything in this village. we stayed in a cabana near the water, which helps to deal with the intense heat. the first night we were engaged in a battle with hundreds of giant ants and roaches in our cabana. aside from a few restaurants (using term loosely), everyone just sits around all day. our cabana is run by a local woman (pam) and her german husband (oliver). lovely people, with a really cute kid. they have a whole group of ex-pat, american ...