I know this will shock you...but we ran into problems with our lunch plans and had to call an audible at a different restaurant. It ended up being a great time, albiet putting us behind schedule by almost 2 hours. But hey, nobody in Peru really cares much about that anyway! We all were sitting in this little restaurant, totally packed out with the team of Woodlands and Esperanza Viva and we had the thought, "this family just made enough to live for a week because we ate here." Our lunch was very good, but the tangible way we helped a Chincha family made the meal all that much better.
So, I know you were wondering how the big soccer game...I'm proud to say the gringo's held their own. In fact they even won the first game. Gringo's - Gringo's - Gringo's! Don't tell anyone...but we drafted Gabriel (one of our translators) and he was pretty much THE MAN!
The worship service tonight was sweet. Jim Panaggio spoke, and in my extensive knowledge of the Spanish language (that would be "pocoito") he did a great job. It's always fun to worship in a foreign language, and our kids sang it out.
Time to grab a lil' shut-eye. [slideshow]