We spent Christmas Eve and Christmas day with Deborah's family. In Honduras it is tradition to wait until midnight to eat Christmas Eve dinner so we stayed up waiting while they shot off all of their fireworks right outside the door all night long. We played Uno and Old Maid, ate, drank punch, played hide and seek in a tiny area that has no hiding places for big people, and hung out with her family. We watched Elf after dinner and then passed out to be woken up by David, Deborah's cousin, throwing himself onto Mike and I.
We had done Secret Santa with Bob and Joyce a few days before.
We spent Christmas day at a river that was freezing where we took some more team pictures of us holding Mike in a water fall and us spelling out Global Year with sign language while sitting under the water fall. Taylor wants to copy our amazing idea with the Dominican Team but (lovingly said), we were first, plus we have Mike.
God is good, and it is so much fun seeing His handiwork.
Ethan Smith. I'm 19, I graduated from Roswell HS, I love Jesus, I love my friends and family, I love band. This is my second year teaching at Cornerstone Christian Academy.