How long does it take for a far off, small peruvian town, to replace a water pump that supplies water to the whole town? The answer: two weeks.
We continue without water here in Morrope. And we also continue the work of salvation. It is moving along slowly, but we move it along. People are fairly unreceptive here. Most refuse to give us their name, slowly shut their door saying for us to come back another day, or just act like they are not home. I have learned to just know, its not their time. And go to the next door.
Apart from this, things are going great. We worked very hard this past week. And even though the numbers we reported were dismal, they were ours. And we earned them. There are souls behind every one of them. They deserved our time. So we gave it to them.
This week that is coming up is going to be a doosy. We have a lot on our plates, and i PRAY it comes with a glass of water.
Today for pday, we went to a museum and a mini little zoo thing. It was very cool i guess. It was not the world famous Lambayeque Tumbes Reales museum, but the one next door. Still cool. Then we hurried back to Morrope and now we are writing yay.
But I am doing well. I am progressing. Things are going great. I am happy. I hope you all have a great week.
Thank you for everything you do.
I love you all.