This has been a super busy week and I haven't done a very good job taking photos. In fact, if it weren't for Ivan snapping a few, we'd have very slim pickings! He took four of the five I'm sharing this week...
Last Saturday Marce and Caro came over. Caro finished the fabric bag she'd started a few weeks ago and I also showed her how to make banana bread -- something she grew fond of while in the U.S. as an exchange student. In this photo we're looking at the books I've accumulated to help me teach English. Marce's not only my Spanish teacher, but she also teaches English in several area high schools.
Ivan went to the lot to mow one last time and took this photo looking down our street. This is at the top of the street, and our lot is at the very bottom next to the river, three blocks down. This photo gives you an idea of the view we have of the mountains.
OOOO glad I wasn't with him!!! I do NOT like snakes!
I started working on a script for the video we'll be putting together to share in churches, and we spent a little time the other day running around trying to take photos we need. Time is running out and we still have so much to do, so we went despite the storm clouds overhead. Made this shot rather dramatic, wouldn't you say?
And finally, here's my latest creative endeavor, using paper instead of cloth for a change:
Looks like we're selling our computers and not sure if we'll be delivering them Sunday or Monday. Plus, we still have quite a lot to do before our plane takes off Tuesday afternoon. If I manage to do more than check my e-mail periodically, I'll be surprised!
Next week I'll be posting P365 from the U.S.! YIKES!
And now, back to work...