Dirt, Blisters, and Candy…..Our Day in a Nutshell

We can´t believe that the week is already half way over! It´s going by so fast and we are having a great time. Today, we went back to the school we went to yesterday. We finished the trench project and were able to set the pipes so that they can bring fresh water into the school. Because we finished so early, we were able to pass out many gifts to the children there. Also while we worked, we were able to play with the kids. They loved the balloons and bubbles that we brought. A few soccer games broke out occasionally. After we got back and had lunch, it was time to work here at El Sembrador. We are in the process of putting in a new sidewalk for the students and staff because during the raining season in Honduras, it gets very muddy walking to classes. Today, we dug up the grass with pick axes and shovels. The dirt here is very hard and there are a lot of rocks. It was hard work and we got a lot of blisters, but it will be so worth it when it is finished. Hopefully we will finish the sidewalk by the end of the week. Tonight we went to our last church service and performed our dramas again. They went very well and the people in the church seemed to enjoy them. Our performance for each drama has improved from the beginning of the week, which will get us ready for Friday…our big performance. We will be performing for the students here at El Sembrador. after the service, we passed out more candy and toys to the children there. God has really had his hand in every moment of this trip and it has been a blessing. It´s been really exciting to see how he has worked through us and we can´t wait to see what tomorrow brings. Thanks so much for your prayers and continue to lift us and the Hondurans up as the week goes on! 

                                                                                                                                                              Adios,  

                                                                                                                                                                   Honduras Team    

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