Final Full Day

I’m a bit on melt down today. It’s a combination of money got tight, I’m not in San Pablo, and I don’t want to leave. I want to stay here, and I think when I get home I’ll start making strides towards making that a reality.

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That’s kids at the high school. We gave them soccer balls, along with giving some to the primary school. Primary school was in the morning while high school was in the afternoon. Hence why more primary school kids were at VBS.

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These are a small sampling of pictures. Many more to come as I write an entry a day.

I plan on working hard to learn Spanish. I’ll also go on the trip next year. After that, I’ll try teaching in Zacapa and San Pablo full time. It would be English. Then do mission work on the side.

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That’s the house we helped build. We mixed concrete, dug a ditch for plumbing, and did electrical. It was almost done by the time we got there, but that ditch was hard work.

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The guy in the hat is pastor. He and another guy asked me to help with a men’s mission thing in Milwaukee. I was told it’s obvious Christ’s love burns bright in me, which was massively touching.

I’ve been desperately looking for something like this. I am incredibly excited to do God’s work in Milwaukee and overall. It’s nice getting back to where I was, even if a little stressed.

Blessings,
Paul

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3 Comments on “Final Full Day

    • Very. Not looking forward to home. We look at them as backwards so often, but it’s such a simple, beautiful life, even with its very legitimate struggles.

      • YOU ARE RIGHT ON!!! In fact, WE have it all backwards, my friend. Looks like someone’s life will change for the better from this experience. Super stoked for you and for all the folks you’ll bless with your new found wisdom! Yep, yep!

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