This is the first floor of our dormitory building.
Also, sometime soon, we will be introducing a container-full of medical equipment and supplies and finally be stocking our rural hospital and expanding our coverage of the area. When the container arrives, we will have to move our family out of the in-patient part of the hospital building into the 2nd floor of the dormitory building. We are hoping that sometime soon after the dormitory is finished we can complete the construction of our house. Our first house here in Honduras. It will be right next to the dormitory, which is right next to the hospital building. So as you might have gathered we are putting together a complex. A complex that will have a block fence with its own diesel generator, water purification system; a hospital which we hope will have laboratory, X-ray, dental, pharmacy and state-of-the-art records facilities, with a dormitory building big enough to house groups (medical brigades) of up to 20 people on a short-term basis and 2-3 small families (doctors, nurses and their families doing tour of duty visits) for mid- to long-term stays. Our house, once it is finished, will be the first building completely assigned to us, our family, for the first time in our 13 year tenure in missions. We started in October of 1994!
p.s. why the title? I wrote this while I was at a Panera’s coffee house. I had a great time writing and drinking coffee.
Here we are partying hard at Jesse and Jane’s house in Deland FL, joined by Jim and Brandy, Wendy’s youngest brother and his wife. We had a blast!
Here we are at the Amtrak rails saying Adios to my sister Nadia and her husband Michael Goodge. They live in Toronto Canada.