Maria Eugenia, served us a "snack" before our study.
Ceviche made with shrimp and oysters, chifles and juice
Study #3 - 2:30 in Montecristi
Maria Cristina is professing, and her parents usually sit in on our studies.
Study #4 - 3:30 pm in Manta
Don Narciso is professing. His wife, Anatolia, his son, Pedro, and Pedro's wife, Trinidad, listen well.
Study #5 - 5:30 in Manta
This study was scheduled for 5:00, but Ana, our contact, thought it was at 5:30. When she made it home, she was happy to receive us, so our wait was not in vain. It was only our second study with her, and she's very anxious for us to come again.
Now it's back to the bach to get ready for four meetings on Sunday!
Last Thursday was a day of mixed emotions. Here's the long and short of it:
Our fan (the one that we performed surgery on in a previous blog entry) died. We felt its loss greatly as the sweat poured down our backs and our fronts and our sides. That is the sad part.
In the center (of town), we found a couple of stores that sold fans, and Jill and I were in definite agreement about one thing: Two fans are better than one. That settled, we chose our new air conditioning devices based on the most important features, such as color, and headed back to the bach with Stella and Fanny. That is the happy part.