dos dias tambien

It means "two days again" in spanish. I'm brushing up ;)

Because that was the title of this post when I was leaving for Costa Rica the first time! Now I am going to Honduras...and I am a boatload of emotions! I am super excited to be going to a new country, although I am nervous to be doing so without my husband. I know I am in good hands, I have no worries about my safety or anything like that. Believe me, we hire two armed guards to walk around with us and stand by the bus...we will be just fine.

I am more than just a little stoked about visiting the orphanage...I honestly think it could quite possibly be the most bittersweet experience in my life. I am so ready to hand out food and shoes to the wordscan'tevendescribehowpoortheyare children that live at the dump and the river bed.

I have not packed.

Yes I know. Don't judge me. All my life I have been what some may call a procrastinator. Basically what it boils down to is I work well under pressure. I can't write a paper unless it's due in 3 hours and I can't pack a suitcase unless it's T - 5 hours until lift-off! Don't judge me.

I am going to *try* to have some posts automatically set up for all of you lovely stalkers readers so you don't miss me too terribly much! However, when I come back it's going to be blogging GOLD! I know you will be in prayer for me and my team!

I am ready to be the hands and feet of Jesus!!!


  1. praying that the Lord uses you mightily!!! can't wait to hear about it!

  2. have a wonderful time, I am sure you will touch many hearts and lives.

  3. aww this sound so amazing! Can't wait to read or hear all about it when you get back!


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