Today Garry's back at the airport, this time arranging the fuel that's there to receive our shipment later today. Because we have to truck it from a couple of hours north it's best to order 50 drums at a time, which we did. I think next time will be easier-- hopefully no trouble sending a FAX, getting things organized at the hangar, or other last-minutes surprises next time:).
A friend invited the boys over to make crafts for Garry and I for Christmas. I'm looking forward to seeing what they do, and it's a rare opportunity for them to do something elsewhere.
Kevin's little birthday celebration turned out really nicely yesterday. One thing he's been enjoying lately is downloading badminton matches to watch, so we did some of that yesterday.
One of the families who live on this compound is Costa Rican, but she spends most of her time in another city. Yesterday she was here and we were able to meet. It was so much fun to chat with Latins again and the Spanish was so beautiful! Their children are in a Christian school and she's been attending a Bible study to make her daughter happy-- it sounds like she's actually learning lots and seeking truth. She was explaining how she grew up Catholic but they never read the Bible, just "did their thing". Pray for her.