So, on the eighth day of your missions trip, you don’t post a whole lot of words.  Just pictures.  But chances are you wont be able to post a lot of those either, because your iPad refuses to post them.  So, you just let your teams friends and family know that everyone is doing well.  Probably a little tired, but all looking forward to our last day of Kids Games tomorrow.  Today was awesome.  So many good things are happening.  Today was also our afternoon off so we spend it in San Jose and had a great time navigating public transportation and buying fun souvenirs.  I’ll definitely share more about that later.  For now, I’m going to end this post with a few pictures.  Thanks for checking in!

Okay, so as this picture was uploading, I realized the pictures might need a little explanation.  The first one would. These are the clay sculptures that Victoria is making with our craft workshop.  She has been doing an incredible job and I’m so proud of her. 

 

This is the amazing family that joined our team for the week from Texas.  Steve and Sue and their amazing girls Hannah and Natalie have become our friends for life and we love them all so much.  They head back to Texas tomorrow, so we are praying for safe travels for them all. 

 

For the record, the pictures are going up fast tonight.  Thank you Jesus :).  

This isn’t the greatest picture, but I’m posting it anyways,  Veronica and Tony are the upfront faces of Kids Games and they have done an absolutely incredible job this week.  Their passion and energy is delightful and the kids love them both so much.  

  

 This was the fun shot of the day.  The kids lined up to make a K and a G for Kids Games of course.

 

This is what happens when you try to teach 6 to 8 year olds line dancing.  Sheer awesomeness.   

 
And finally.  Victoria in action,  I’m so proud of her.  She and others on our team led workshops and everyone has been doing a fantastic job, 

  Well, that about wraps it up for tonight.  I realize my title is not the same as what my post turned out to be.  Which is okay.  Flexibility is something that you get to practice on a missions trip and I’m just about a pro.  Thanks again for stopping by!

Written by lauraherr8

I love Jesus, my Youth Pastor Husband and our two beautiful children. I'm a professional photographer and I love people, especially kids. My best days include time with my family, Hot Yoga and a Mint Chocolate Chip ice cream cone.

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