Snack Time!!!

This week has been a busy one! We were able to help the Henry’s and King’s move into their new homes, and we are praising God for providing them. Also, this week we started language school with a new teacher, Judith, and really enjoyed our first lesson. While at her house, we were able to... Continue Reading →

Politics in Argentina

  After the death of then president Juan Peron in 1976, the military took control beginning a period known as the Dirty War which lasted for about 9 years. During this time, it was estimated that between 20,000 to 30,000 people were kidnapped and then killed. The political situation in Argentina has almost always been... Continue Reading →

Nap Time

Today I want to share with you another fun fact about Argentina. In Argentina, adults and children both travel home after lunch each day to take a siesta. Siestas are short naps that people all around the country partake in. During siestas, many businesses and schools close down, and everyone in the country relaxes. There... Continue Reading →

New Years in Argentina!

As we come to a close to the year, many of us have different traditions that we do on New Year’s Eve. Some eat sauerkraut and sausage, some fast to bring in the new year, many stay up to watch the ball drop, and some just sleep in the New Year and wake up the... Continue Reading →

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