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  1. Debbie Currie
    Debbie Currie April 2, 2016 at 8:12 pm |

    Debi, what an experience you are having. They are blessed to have you come and help.

  2. Marilyn
    Marilyn April 3, 2016 at 1:52 pm |

    How fascinating!! I hope I get to meet them. Let me tell you one of my language experiences. This was with my language teacher so it didn’t end up too catastrophic. In Spanish, instead of saying, “I am hungry,” you say “I have hunger.” Therefore, when you say, “Tengo hambre” which means I have hunger, and misplace one letter, saying “Tengo hombre,” it is quite comical for a single girl with no prospects. It means “I have a man!!”

    One of our ministers came home with a pack of cigarettes (cigarillos) instead of matches (cerillos) He quickly took them back, but who knows who saw him buy them!

    A missionary cousin came home with soap instead of ham, jabon verses jamon–they didn’t quite fill the same need!

  3. Kathy Warberg
    Kathy Warberg April 4, 2016 at 11:07 am |

    Debi-
    Thanks for the post. Keep us informed on what’s happening. The lake is still froze and we got just a skiff of snow last night. How long do you think you’ll be there? Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you
    John and Kathy–Loon Lake

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