You’d all be amazed at what the missioners have accomplished in just one day. All the houses are framed up. Six bunk beds have been built. Grades K – 5 have been taught a couple new songs with actions. And we gained 11 black duffle bags.
It’s too late to get the photos up tonight, but I promise there will be multiple photos of the projects before lunch on Friday. Many girls who have never helped to build anything are becoming quite handy with tools. Once they’re home, you could probably put them to work doing simple repairs around the home. Tonight all the girls are actually sleeping in the bunk beds they built, as am I. They did a super job on them.
All crew leaders mentioned the amazing work ethic of their crews. Most of the house work was done by the guys today, but I think things are going to switch up tomorrow.
Most of us climbed up behind the school tonight to view the lights of Tegucigalpa. It’s a great view from up here.
We are enjoying all of your comments, so I hope you keep them coming. 8B, thanks for the message. I’m a little concerned with Bergen taking over a couple times already, but maybe his true calling is to become a junior high language arts teacher. Go, Bergen! Everyone else be sure to be quiet during study hall so I don’t have to whip you back into shape when I get home. Mya, I love you and really look forward to giving you a hug when I get home. Paige, Cayden, and Marshall – I love YOU too. I hope you are all being good.
Many missioners took some time tonight to send comments to friends and family. Please read on----
Brayton- Tell the kids I love them and miss them too. I’m having a great experience here. Love you guys
Evan- I love and miss you guys. It’s been fun so far. My allergies are bad and I forgot my loratadine. Honduras is an interesting place.
Carly- Happy late birthday Olivia! I love and miss you guys! It’s been amazing so far!
Roman- Hello mother love you guys. It was hectic getting here but it’s all good now. My two years of Spanish are really paying off. Hope all is well!
Sydney- Hey everyone! I can’t even begin to explain this experience so far, and we’ve only been here for a couple days. The amount of appreciation these people have for us in incredible and I am completely humbled by everything. Hope everyone is doing well and I miss and love you guys!
Mike Mac McCarty says hello and love to mi familia…Deb What an experience! Kuemper fans…sorry about the loss at State, but awesome work!
Joe Schuch V. – Hey Yall, thanks for the messages. It’s really fun to hear them at the end of the night so keep them coming… pls. And to Daniel: It’s only been three days so there is a whole week left. I hope you remember what I look like by the time I get back. Love you all
Keaton- Hey fam! I got my first flight out of my way and I loved it. It is way different here and a big eye opener. Being without a phone isn’t so bad because we actually talk to each other. Hope everything is good back in Remsen! Love you.
Paris Schroeder: Hey fam bam! Hope you all are not going crazy without me. I miss the little ones. It is crazy here. The little kids run up and hug you all the time (at least someone appreciates me). Miss you guys and love you guys! Miss me yet, Madi? Don’t get too used to being in control. I’ll be back!!!
Megan Kellen- Hey everyone! This trip has been really eventful. Dad and I are 2 for 4 on getting our bags here right now…. But life is good! I can’t wait to tell everyone about this trip, don’t have too much fun at play practice without us! Dad says Hi, we miss you Mom, James, and Meredith!
Calc Class & Paris- Mrs.H, we hope you aren’t too lonely. Without Josie’s constant questions, DJ and Carson’s theories, Megan’s wisdom, and Jill’s senioritis, how are you keeping yourself busy?
Pat – Jason: Hi Jean , Tyler and Adrienne. Love you Lots! Thanks to family and friends for all your prayers. Jason and I are feeling great and construction is going well.