More Happy Face
I can't seem to leave the photo gallery alone. Anyway, here are more
pix of me as I "look so HAPPY " while in Peru.
Last night I was watching some of my digital videos and having a giggle, like when I had Abel and Marcos try the tongue twis... Read more
"AWWW...You look so HAPPY!"
I had e-mailed my daughter in Texas a few photos that Foreman sent me of the earthquake damage in Peru. And I also sent her some pix of Foreman and his family, since she'd met him when she traveled with me on my first trip there in 97. And I als... Read more
I was sobbing this morning after I read an e-mail from my son Abel, who'd been doing relief work in Pisco, Peru. He'd told me how he'd just gotten news that he'd been accepted in a position in a company, so now he's employed, and with health ben... Read more
I love my digital camera. I changed the photos again - keeping the two Foreman took of the earthquake damage (by the way, HIS camera was STOLEN!)Anyway, These are from my third week in Peru, still in Iquitos. I went on 2 outings to the park cal... Read more
THIS JUST IN - Earthquake news
I got an e-mail from Foreman with photos of what he's witnessed in Ica and Pisco, 2 of the hardest hit regions of Peru's 8.0 quake, which I've put in my photo gallery. When I saw them, and thought of the many people I've come to know and love, a... Read more
More about Abel
Abel has grown so much in the Lord since we first got to know each other through the messenger. I like to think that I had a part, when I "adopted" him and began covering him in prayer, as well as ministering Mother's Love (and a little spoiling... Read more
A Sigh of Relief
I've been getting reports trickliing in from my loved ones in Lima. While they did experience a severe shaking, physical and emotional, those I know have not suffered loss. Sabina's home has a wall that is particularly dangerous, as it isn't res... Read more
I hadn't realized just how many people I'd come to love so strongly until I got home from work last night and my husband told me there'd been an earthquake near Lima, Peru. If you could see how the houses are constructed , stacked up the mountai... Read more
The Power of One Woman - A Review
The pix I put in the gallery today from my second week in Peru feature the church Comunidad Cristiana Nueva Vision. Jorge Utia and his wife Sonia pastor it, and my spiritual son Foreman Varela is the youth pastor. I had also gone to the church... Read more
Cesar at last!
When Abel and I arrived in Lima from Iquitos, we didn't go directly home. We stopped by a music store on the way so I could get Cesar a new guitar (July 24 blog entry). But I was disappointed to find out that Cesar had to go out of town: his gra... Read more
For those who followed my blogs while I was in Peru, you heard the name of Esli frequently during the first 4 weeks.
I "met" Esli in 2005 on the internet. I had met his father, Pastor Mario Gonzales, in 2003 when I went to Peru for my friend ... Read more
There is a cereal in the house, a chocolate frosted sugar bomb, which beckons to me before I go to bed - double whammy.I didn't purchase it, my daughter did (she should know better!) but still...I SHOULD exercise the power to make GOOD choices. ... Read more
the slow return to routine
This morning I did my cardio and my strength! I have a ton of other things to do, notably work in the clay, but I want to get back in the routine of exercise and being careful of what I eat. Surprisingly, veggies weren't as readily available to ... Read more
Home Again, Home Again, Jiggity Jig
Well, after a little nap it was time to make preparation to go. I was so delighted that Gaby, the youth pastora of Voz, was able to come by after work - I hadn't seen her until then. And Elvis also came by after work - soI saw them enough to be ... Read more
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Had fun last night at a polleria (chicken joint) called Adoai, owned by Christians. Abel, Sabi, Marcos, Cristina and I arrived first and went upstairs whence we could look out the window to see approaching comers. There were people from a few of... Read more