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Yes, folks, here you go… 29 fabulous photos from the latter half of my trip. They turned out GREAT! I hope you enjoy them.
Well, I’ve been back in the U.S. for a day now, and I’m still somewhat in culture shock. It’s not really severe or anything, but it’s just strange to here in the land of television and very sweet candy. My … Continue reading
I got into St. Louis at about noon on Thursday. I was tired and sore and scraggly-looking. But my mom was pleased to see me, and it was good to be back. My departure began on Wednesday. Yoli and I … Continue reading
The Hebron website is now online…. The Spanish site is at http://www.sthebron.org/ and the English site is at http://www.sthebron.org/english/ One note: since we just bought the domain yesterday, it may not have propagated everywhere yet. If you are unable to … Continue reading
Monday was a tough day at the Seminary. They’ve been facing an incredibly tight budget and now they have a personnel problem as well. It was frustrating for me, because I wanted to purchase web hosting and get the site … Continue reading
Well, now we’re down to the wire. Two and a half days left before I return to the U.S. This weekend was pretty nice. I got to spend a lot of time with Yoli’s family, and the two of us … Continue reading
On Wednesday we were invited to eat lunch with Glennie and Marilyn Wry. They are my neighbors, physically. Their house is on the ground floor of a 3-story student housing building which is right next the the guest quarters where … Continue reading
The six months before seeing Josh were very hard, especially the first 3 months after I returned to Bolivia.
In the aftermath of getting engaged and having the opportunity to remain here for another week, I’ve been somewhat busy. So I’ll just fill today’s entry with a few anecdotes you’ll probably enjoy. First, let’s talk about sandals. On Saturday, … Continue reading
Saturday night Yoli and I cooked pizza and then we got engaged. We’ve been planning this for a while, and I must admit to you now that I left all the details related to our engagement out of my entries … Continue reading