Monday, October 31, 2011

Food in Mexico - Part 1

We really enjoy the food that is typical to Mexico. Obviously, there are some foods that are not our favorites, but then we have to realize that some American foods are strange, too (some of our casseroles, stews, cottage cheese and oatmeal come to mind).

Gorditas are tortillas filled with meat, potatoes and or cheese. So, so good!

This is beef stomach and pig feet for sale at the market in Saltillo. I didn't buy any.

An assortment of meats, cheeses, beans, mushrooms and guacamole.

Beef tacos with guacamole and salsa on the side.

Soup with chicken, cheese, tortilla strips and avocado.

Monday, October 24, 2011

Scenes from Rio Bravo

About 15 miles from where we are living is the Rio Bravo Bible Methodist Church pastored by Santiago Hernandez.

This is Dafne Luna who was severely burned from her neck to her knees about 4 months ago. Her skin grafts are healing well and we thank God for His touch on her. Thank you to all who gave towards her treatments. The family is so very appreciative of your generosity and kindness.

Some of the children participating in their Sunday School program.

Some of the church people including Dad and Mom Sankey who came to visit us in August.

Pastor's wife, Edith, visiting after service.