We've adopted a school!
We delivered a first aid kit sent by a U.S. Eagle Scout who wanted his project to reach areas of the world in need. It was received with much gratitude by the principal and she remarked it is good to have in case of a typhoon.
Other news of the week is that one of our special elders, Elder Guarana, received his visa and is now serving in Ogden, Utah. We can only imagine the adjustment he is having. This is a recent photo he sent. We're glad he is such a good guy who will serve with a smile no matter what is asked of him.
A really big event was the installation of a hot water heater in our shower. Elder Bellessa headed up the project and our days of the cold showers are over. Hallelujah!
We couldn't resist visiting this mommy goat with her kids.
No matter how humble the home, its beauty is shown by the neatness and care it is given. This yard is immaculate and the owners found creative ways to make it lovely with a small garden and a fence topped with egg shells. All this was done with materials available without cost. They are in the midst of making a stone pathway to the door.
What a great day!
We miss all of our grandchildren. Here are the beautiful faces of those who were in Midway during Christmas. Listen to the sweet voices of the children in the Calapan branch.