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and that’s a wrap!

El Salvador 2014 came to an end with a 15 hour travel day and a joyous reunion with our family.

It was a long day and I found myself mentally, physically and emotionally exhausted. I am sure that the unpacking (and I don’t mean our luggage : ) of the last week will take weeks and months to sort out what I saw, felt and did.

On the surface I am pleased with the week and my actions. Scott and I got along great and apparently we can build a home together in a developing country flawlessly but can not manage to build a piece of Ikea furniture without threats of a divorce. Oh well, I think the homes are needed much more than any piece of manufactured furniture!

The group we were with were fantastic. There were deep conversations about truth and the state of AID and what it means to helpfully give but there were also tons of laughter, a few practical jokes and relationships built on good old conversation and mutual experiences.

After spending a week with these 22 individuals I am feeling even more hopeful for humanity as this was a group that is focused on helping and giving but trying to do it in a way that is not damaging.

Our small building group was also great, we worked together quickly and with absolutly no drama. There was a focus on spending time with the community and working along side with them and that is the most important thing we can be doing.

there is not many pictures to share as the day was spent in planes and airports!

we went through the whole week without seeing any scary insects but we stay one night in a fancy (American) hotel and we wake up to this guy on our wall…

and it seems fitting that my last interaction in El Salvador produced a heart…


One Response to día nueve

  1. Pat says:

    What a fabulous experience for you two. The time spent will be ever in your memories. Your pictures were very humbling and truly eye opening to all the blessing we have in our life.

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