This week in Mexico 3-20-21

It’s been a week of rain and mud, school classes, figuring out new grocery orders with our new distributor, and searching for somewhere to plant vegetables!

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New families in need

Yesterday we learned of a bunch of people who were just dropped off in our town in a trailer. We’ve seen a bunch of new people around, and it’s a small town so it is obvious when 30 or more people arrive. One said they came from Puebla where there is no food and no work. They are excited to be here, and to them, the poverty of our area is affluent, so this means they’ve come from a very hard situation. Please pray with us as we figure out what they need and how to best help them. We don’t know yet if there are any kids, we’ve just met some of the adults. Puebla is south of Mexico City, on the mainland of Mexico. So they arrived in a trailer after driving about 3,000 km or 1800 miles. 30 or more we think are here in our town, with another group staying just to the north of us with likely a similar number of people. I’m so grateful we’re nearing the end of this hard pandemic. There will be a lot of need in helping families rebuild after living in survival mode for over a year. Thank you for praying with us!

And, on to our adorable kids!

Pics from Our escuelita

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God bless you!
♥ Samantha