Just us in front of our chapel, one of the nicer ones in the area.
My first haircut in many a year -- I did tell you I was growing it out, right? Pay your money take your chance! Check out the photographer in the mirror.
Some of our Argentine friends -- the owners/directors of an English school here in town. The gal on the left is Lorena to whom we gave a Book of Mormon and who came to Church a couple of times but eventually said she couldn't accept it -- unfortunately.
If you look closely you can see the double rainbow over our fair city -- R. Saenz Pena, Argentina. (Photo courtesy of the Mom)
This is the Segovia family (L-R back) Dario, Graciela, Lili and the two boys in front Lucas and Aldo. Graciela is a single mom who lives on minimal government assistance and whatever she can earn selling bake goods. She pays her tithing faithfully and serves in the RS presidency. She taught herself how to read by studying the Book of Mormon and she went to the temple for the first time last July. She's trying despartely to keep her children on track and preparing for missions -- not an easy task given the environment here.
Well, I probably need to wrap this up before something goes haywire. Thanks to all of you who've posted stuff recently -- we appreciate being able to share in special events albeit from a distance. We miss you all very much and look forward to many happy reunions. Take care. Love you mucho!!