Okay, I literally have like 2 minutes because the internet died on us.
this week it has rained a lot! A few weeks ago all of Chile fasted and
asked for rain to end the drought that has lasted for years. Well, now
there are problems because of soo much rain in soo little time. Santiago
is now a lake, for example. In Viña we have heard that the waves are
about 10 meters tall and are pulling cars into the ocean that are parked
2 blocks away from the coast. Here in Cabildo everything is okay.
There's a river that's been dry since ´87 and there is finally water so
everyone is fascinated by it, especially the kids.
that not much has happened. Trying not to get soaked. I've had a cough
for about 2 1/2 weeks now but I don't feel sick at all. Weird. I'm too
stubborn to call the mission nurse because she'll just tell me to bundle
up and go home early which I don't want to do. So instead of being
disobedient I'm avoiding the possibility completely and not calling her
:) Can't be disobedient to a command that doesn't exist!
So ya, next week I promise pics, unless something random happens which seems to happen a lot to me.....
Please do not run with scissors. It's very dangerous. Please jog, skip, or do yoga with them instead.
[Here is a link to an article about flooding in Chile. Parker is far enough inland that he hasn't been adversely affected. Valparaiso and Vina del Mar are part of his mission. http://buenosairesherald.com/article/196075/floods-in-chile-kill-at-least-five]