You wonderful Finns have already supported the Food Project more than 2% of the total cost! That's pure awesomeness, thank you! Let's go further by telling more people about this opportunity to be a part of the massive cause. Here, have a picture of Manuel saluting you:
So the change is gonna come in the Food Project, meaning it's gonna happen! A change has already come to the regular service visitors as they have moved to a temporary place to have Sunday services. Even though it was really windy today, I like the place.
After it we enjoyed countless rounds of Jungle Speed, this nerve-racking, whole family's nice violent game which, in my experience, you are apparently to learn only abroad (I heard of this game when my friend visited Israel but never played it before coming here).
And the last change, refreshing one, is that Monday morning at 5 o'clock, we're traveling to work among a native tribe for one week. No electricity or running water, sleeping in a hammock covered by a mosquito net. Besides the hammock, sounds like my hometown Muonio.
|Feelings and damages after an average round of Jungle Speed.|
You guys have a great week! I sure will.
|Don't have to look at this site for a week. Me gusta mucho.|