Monday, July 28, 2008

More Pics from Peru

These are a few more pictures that I thought were cute from Peru. The last day we were there we went to a burger king type resturant called "Bembos" funny name, right? They served the biggest burgers I have ever seen and they weren't beef. They were Lamburgers! Anyway, we had a great time!




A cutiepie lama at Manchu Pichu



Blake in his Bembos hat



The HUGE burger at Bembos



About to take a BIG bite out of that lamburger!



The whole family at the airport! Blake,Dad,Mom,Jeremy & Me.


















Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Peru!!

We are back from our mission trip! We had a great time and we miss it so very much. It was so bitter sweet leaving because we were ready to get home, but we didn't want to leave Peru. This trip has changed me and Jeremy's lives forever. We believe that this purpose is worth giving our lives to. We are praying and believing that God will show us what steps to take next. Going to a third world country or a developing nation will change your life. You don't realize how much you have until you see how they live everyday. I cant put into words how much the mission field feels like home to me and Jeremy. The final count for Peru is:
26,749 salvations and 569 miracles!




This is a picture of the kids crusade. 8,000 people were there.
That is a South American record!!





Me, Karlee, and Becca
at the kids crusade

















Me and Jeremy at Bembos
This little boy was a mute
and he had CP. God healed him
and he could speak!








This cute little girl in the market
kept asking me and Bethany if
we came to spend money!! haha!
It was so cute
















Machu Picchu! The last day we got to go to Machu Picchu, the forth wonder of the world. It was breathtaking.









All of our wonderful translators




Jeremy with some kids






Micheal and Bethany with some children




Me at a school with some girls and boys





Me and my bro Blake with a
"something serious" face


The Cutest boy in Peru!


This little girl was healed of a deaf ear



Bethany being a clown!






View from our hotel room





This was a brother and sister that followed us in the village while
we were putting up posters for the crusade.







A beautiful little boy in the village of Izcuchaca




























































































































































Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Bachelorette


So Monday night was the finale of The Bacelorette. I am really happy that she chose Jesse. You can really tell that they love each other, especially if you saw the "after the rose" show. They are really cute together and I think that it will work out. Is it just me or has anyone else noticed that the Bachelorette's are the only relationships that work out. Most of the time the couple is not even together by the time the show is finished airing! Anyway, I think both of the guys were cutie-pies, but I think the reason I liked Jesse more is because of how nervous he would get, especially when he was on his way to pick out the ring and nearly threw-up! Poor thing! Anyways, they are really cute together and I wish them the best. Congrats to the new couple!!

Monday, July 7, 2008

Quick Update

Well, I apologize that I haven't posted in about a week and a half, I have been a little busy. I hope that everyone had a great 4th of July!! Jeremy and I did. We spent the weekend on Lay Lake with my family. I will post some pictures sometime this week, whenever I can borrow my moms camera because I forgot mine at home this weekend :(. Also, keep Jeremy and I in your prayers, we will be leaving on Friday for our much anticipated trip to Peru! We are so excited but we have alot to do. I always thought of Peru of having a really warm climate, but it is supposed to be in the 50s during the day and the 30s at night in the mountains where we will be doing the crusades. It feels strange to be packing winter clothes when it is 94 outside. I am sure that we will be so occupied by other things that we will not even really notice how cold it is.