I’ll be honest, we found plenty of time to laugh and have some fun on our trip. Here are a few random pictures that really stood out to me…
Some of the clothes we were donating and giving away, found their way into our fashion show.
Paul’s suitcase was lost the first three days, so he wore “give away” clothes the first part of the week … and never complained one bit.
We found time to swim & play in the water after one of the clinics.
Eric shows that climbing skills run in the Green family.
Dee needed a spotter on this “triple flip.”
One of my favorite pictures. Only in a small Honduran village can you sleep in the back of a pickup that’s parked on the street and a cow come walking by and sniff you.
Why did I like this picture? Because how many dentist’s offices allow dogs to watch?
After examining her, Dr. Darter looked over at me with a half grin and said, “I don’t need an interpreter on this one, I already know exactly what’s wrong with this woman, she’s got the blue-tongue.” She’d been eating candy we’d given her.
We ate some great food.
We were fascinated by the Honduran kid’s big brown eyes, and they kept talking (and pointing) at Cooper’s blue eyes. The kids in this village hadn’t seen many blond-haired blue eyed kids.
By far my MOST favorite picture of the week. She’s not Mother Teresa, but I called her Mother Leah. Despite a long tiring week, she still had a lap and some love for a little Honduran boy.