Sunday, November 26, 2006

Team Skippy, as was written on my fridge...

We received a team of 11 from the US and Canada to come visit Cusco, see the work God is doing here, and experience the beautiful mountains and ruins of Machu Picchu.

Thursday, November 16, 2006

Vito Giulianno, El Cazador

Here's Vito, terribly happy after capturing his prey....

...the prey...

Look at that crazed look in his eyes...and a creepy smile on his face.

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

let it rain

...this was taken in February, during the rainy season...

...this is at the same location, taken in August, the dry season...

Ollantaytambo of my favorite places...

stairs anyone?

Welcome to our climb to San Marcos... it's actually about twice as bad as what you see here... this is when we are already half way up.

Monday, November 06, 2006

some stuff

Saturday Oct 28th... during welcome time this day I was explaining the craft that the kids would do. I need to frame this picture because I think it's the first time I've ever seen little Manuel (in the front with the green shirt) sitting down and listening!

Karina is always bringing something to distract the kids... lately it's been this little puppy

Saturday November 4th.... it rained today but we stayed dry inside. Many came late, but even with the rain there were more than 35 children!

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Amy left this morning...

Last night we had a despedida for Amy, with Julia, Jossy, Cesar and Jose, some friends from our home fellowship.
This picture shows a gift that we put together for Amy; it was from an activity that the kids did on her last saturday in San Marcos. The kids traced their hand print and then colored it. The older kids wrote her notes. All of them spelled her name wrong, which was pretty funny; like Ini, Enmi, Eimi, Eymi. Since in Spanish everything is spelled like how it sounds, they just wrote her name how it sounds in Spanish. They do the same thing with my name. It gets pretty butchered, but it's funny.
So in this little book, we put all the hands and their notes and pictures. It's so Amy can remember to pray for the kids of San Marcos in the same way that Jesus called the little children to him to put his hands over them and pray.