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This week I received a few freebies. The eye doctor at our mission came across a great find. She found several bottles of a rare form of glaucoma medicine, which is the type that I need. In the US, this medication costs $200 per small bottle.
Compassion, International, sent not one, but two free T-shirts, to my address in the States this week. Why? I won a photo contest, but the prize was one t-shirt. Sweet. A second shirt to advertise the great work of Compassion is a great bonus.
In other exciting news, Blue Moon has reached Tegucigalpa. That's right. Blue Moon Ale was spotted at an area grocery store this week. Imports here are often pretty sketchy in the liquor section. Drinking alcohol is taboo for Christians in Honduras. On the sin scale, it's much worse than smoking marijuana, having an affair, or say, accepting bribes. I may dare to buy it anyway. I like living dangerously.
This week, a tropical wave passed over the country. Our kids enjoyed extra reading and coloring time, as storms prevented them from leaving on time. It's fantastic to have a reading corner for our boys and girls, especially on stormy days.
Last night, I was happy to view the final exhibition game for the New Orleans Saints on television last night. My cable provider broadcasts some stations from Miami, and the game was aired. The Saints lost, but it's only pre-season.
Enjoy your weekend.