We've been busy today. Earlier this morning, we visited with the children at school, while they were at recess. The earlier post, provides pictures of some of the kids.
We are getting our buckets ready for drilling tomorrow. When they were transported from Piura, the store wrapped 10 buckets at a time in plastic and heavily taped. We had to cut away the plastic tape, inventory the buckets and separate organize the buckets so that we're ready for drilling.
|100 Buckets Were Wrapped Like This|
|Lisa Organizing the Buekets|
Thanks to Sister Maribel, we had very tasty Peruvian cuisine this afternoon. Our lunch consisted of what they call green spaghetti, (basil and spinach pesto), Papa a la Huancaina which are sliced boiled potatoes covered in a cheesy, slightly spicy yellow sauce, served with olives and a hard-boiled egg, and chicken in a tomato sauce. Our beverage was also very traditional, Inca Cola.
|Green Spaghetti, Potatoes, Papa a la Huancaina in Behind Potatoes and Chicken|
|Sisters Paul and Maribel|
We still don't have our baggage. The airlines asked us to sign some paperwork authorizing them to work with customs and transport the suitcases to Piura. We pray that customs releases these filters to us and the we don't have to fly back to Lima to pick them up. We want an end to this soon, I'm sure you don't want to hear about it again, either. The airlines will be calling Sister Monica at 11 pm this evening to let us know if they were able to ship the filters. Please keep praying that we receive our three suitcases soon.