Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Up on the Mountain
Jorge and Nidia's family.
That's how we traveled
That's where we slept
That's what we took
That's why we went!
The school was donated from the Japanese Ambassador.
Recycled tire sandals. And it was soooo cold!
Cat and Mouse game.
This is so hard!!
The kids all got parasite treatments
I got conned into being in a skit--as the main character!! I guess it's because I had just said that God uses the things that make us most uncomfortable to get us out of our comfort zones so He can work...
Girls got teddy bears
Boys got t-shirts
This is where the children play!
Even the adults play
This is the first time we got stuck
It was pretty cold and they didn't want us to help
This nice lady loaned us some llama skins to sleep on. She also let us eat in her house the next day.
We had to carry rocks down to put under the tires. These little angels showed up and helped us.
This is the second time we got stuck. They didn't let me pick for very long...!
This is a Bolivian version of Alfalfa.
Had to give a testimony
Jorge preached, and his translator fell asleep!!
My little patient and his mother
Everyone came out to say goodbye.
Edwin and Margarita. These kids were ADORABLE!! We took them back to the city so they could get more thorough medical attention.
I played them a kids song.