Touring the Capitol ­ 2/6/16

11 thoughts on “Touring the Capitol ­ 2/6/16”

  1. I enjoy reading the blogs and know that you are all having a wonderful time. Enjoy your work and food and time with the Project Mercy staff. Put my name into the hat for the donkey’s name. “Wilbur” (like the talking horse on the Mr Ed show)

  2. Devin, if you ever want a second career, we could “employ” (read: volunteer 🙂 you as a travel journalist for GP! What a beautiful portrayal of your first day on the ground. Your description of the women working with dignity and respect is an amazing picture of strength and new life.

  3. Sounds like your trip is off to an awesome start! I’m looking forward to seeing picures of the city as well as the handmade items. The meals also sound amazing! Goodluck at project mercy!

  4. I really like the way the selected shopping is another way this team will be bringing help to people there through Global Partners. I, too, look forward to seeing pictures of the city and handmade items. Jewelry, scarves, and coffee–I know someone on the team who likes all 3 of those things, right, Stephanie;-)

  5. I’m excited to see what things you found! 🙂 Glad you are enjoying the delicious food!
    Boys are excited about fresh snow here this morning, N is excited to wear his cape for the 100th day of school. Love from boys & I!

  6. Thanks for sharing the details of your day. The stories about the jewelry and scarves brought tears to my eyes and joy to my soul that my boys can witness such wonderful things going on in this world, and be a small part of it too. Be Safe!!

  7. Love the blogs – thank you for keeping us up-to-date on your journey. Wonderful and heartwarming stories about the women (jewelry and scarves) … am looking forward to bidding on – or purchasing some at an upcoming Global Partners event. Thank you to all who are involved with this mission of mercy. As always, travel safe!!!!

  8. Greetings to all of you and we are so thankful for your safe arrival. Devon your words so encouraged me as we prepare to leave with Team 2. Prayers lifted for all of you as serve at Project Mercy and for your families that have stayed behind. Blessings, Sue

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