That’s right, folks. It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for, the moment we’ve all been working towards for over a year now. I could ramble and make you wait even longer, but I think we’ve all waited enough already. And so, now I’m going to do my very best to give you a virtual tour of the completed school building! (Note: a big thank you to David Espinoza for taking these pictures!)
So, there you have it!! What do you think? I know that it can be hard to get a feel for the building when there’s no furniture, so I have one more picture. Jocelyn’s classroom is all set up, and she sent me this after she moved in…
I hope you find these pictures as satisfying as I do! It’s been a long year and a long project… we deserve a little satisfaction!
If you think we’re all finished now with blog posts, don’t get ahead of yourself. The building may be finished, but the blog action is just getting started! Next time, we’re off to Canta, a town in Peru that we visited for a long weekend (don’t ask me how long ago we went there… you’ll find out the embarrassing truth soon enough). From there, we’re off to do some more South America exploring! So really, the fun has only just begun.
3 thoughts on “Final Building Pictures!”
Linda I Sywulak says:
This is great! Loved seeing all that you accomplished during your time in Peru. Way to go Lara!
Sue Truax says:
Thanks for sharing! It is beyond amazing. Debbie did an excellent job and we loved your narrative! Esperanza de Ana and all the staff and children are in our daily prayers. God is doing a great work there. Keeping you in our prayers, too. God bless and lead you, Lara.❤️🙏
Thanks, Sue! Yes, Debbie is an all-star. I’m just glad she brought me along on the adventure! It was an amazing year. This year has a whole new set of challenges, so your prayers are much appreciated, I’m sure! Pray for Julie and Jocelyn, too 😊 their jobs are evolving every day, and it can’t be easy being so far away from their families while things are so uncertain.