|Manila traffic is unbelievable, day and night, and deserves a mention!|
|My family used the jeepney (above) and trike (below) as a way to get around town on this trip...inexpensive and efficient!|
|A little "chill time" in the hotel was always welcome at the end of a long, hot day.|
|Lunch with Sharon (back r), Ariel (orange shirt) and friends makes the trip so much fun!|
|Ariel (Lem's bio brother) skyping with us from the family' hotel room. Brothers need to stay in touch. For both of them, a lot is at stake in this relationship. Blood ties are so important!|
|These little cones are a family tradition! You get to pick five different flavors of mini cone. I don't know why someone in the US hasn't started a business like this! These are so good!|
|Having his mini cones . . .|
|This beautiful girl has visual impairment but can track light! She IS light . . . so lovely!!!|
|This sweet boy is shy and cooperative . . .he has partial sight but such a severely crossed eye. And the surgery he needs is literally a 30 minutes out patient procedure here in the US.|
|The spot on this gorgeous girl's eye will be evaluated by our trustworthy doctor. Please pray that it is benign and cosmetic. We want so much to be able to deliver good news to her wonderful children's home!|
Please pray for a speedy sale of our home and for the pieces to fall into place.
We are still in need of monthly donors to make this move possible. Won't you consider donating $25 per month so we can go? I'm not so good at "asking for stuff" but for these children and the many others who wait in their orphanages for someone to come alongside them, take up their cause and shine a spotlight into the darkness, I'm not afraid to ask. In fact, it's my honor.
For HIS Fame,
The Bartimaeus Project