Honduras Missions

The Ritchie Family / Children's Lighthouse

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Day 9


Still trying to wear out the Americans. No such luck they’re still wanting more. We put the 4wheeler up the mountain and locked it behind a tree and used the winch to pull one of the poles up to prepare for tomorrow. It was also used to lift the big post onto the kia, then used the kia to the pole back down the ready hole. Some of the boys found the human post hole digger actually worked. Just needed an old paint can instead of hands. The center table was finished in white tile for the kitchen. The bathrooms wall tiles are near complete. Need grouting ect. The upper door was installed. The Lighthouse children were enlisted today by Lisa, Some washed dishes, Some washed clothes (the old fashioned way on the stone washboard,
some picked up trash and burned it. Everyone it seemed was redeeming the time and endured till the end. Amen!

4 Comments:

At February 24, 2009 at 8:46 PM, Blogger Jamie Parfitt said...

That digging upside down made Dylan comment that all the blood would go to his head and he couldn't do it. What are the big poles for? I couldn't quite read Ang's shirt: "I can handle any crisis..." what?
Thanks for all the pictures. How did the evangelism go? Please tell all the Americans the Parfitts say, "Hi."
Love, Mom Parfitt

 
At February 25, 2009 at 7:08 AM, Blogger Hannah said...

Thanks for posting again...even though you already emailed us all the pictures before you posted =P. I wish I was still there. They are getting alot done since we left!

Tell all the kids I said hi and miss them so much. Hopefully talk to you soon.

Praying for you all...
Lots of Love,
Hannah

 
At February 25, 2009 at 7:12 AM, Blogger Hannah said...

P.S.
Tell all the Americans to keep up the good work. Seems like they are getting more done this second week...probably cause they have you AND Mr. Oliverio to keep them on their toes!!! =) =)

 
At February 25, 2009 at 10:21 AM, Blogger Jesse said...

The poles look goog. I would have lov to help. As to the human posthole digger tell Dave i'm glad i wasn't there for that part. He probably would have left me upside down in the hole.

 

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