I’m happy to have a few new photos of some of my Honduran kids to share on this Photo Friday!
When looking back through old Manna 4 Lempira videos, I found Cristian making silly faces in one! I think this video came out before I sponsored him, and I never went back and watched it until now. Here are a few screenshots:
Also from Manna 4 Lempira, I got to see some new photos of Junior. Never one to shy away from a camera, Junior always seems to find himself in front of it!
Here he is on the right with family, as they opened letters received:
And here he is getting his medical check up when the team visited during the summer. What’s cool is that I also have photos from his medical check up last year, too!
In Honduras, our Manna 4 Lempira children celebrated the Day of the Child at their centers. We were able to receive photos/videos of them having fun! I got to see a couple of my kiddos celebrating.
I caught some glimpses of Junior in the Mi Betania video (he’s in the yellow shirt):
I almost missed Cristian in the El Tablon video, but caught him the second time around (in the white shirt):
And the Mercedes centers posted photos, where I got to see several of Ludvi!
I’m guessing that’s one of her sisters that she’s holding.
Yeyson was pictured writing a letter in a photo at his center recently, too. I can’t wait to receive it from him!
And finally, I’ve been getting to see lots more posted pictures of the United with Hope tutoring program in India, where Ramya attends. The amount of photos I receive of her is truly massive, and I love it! Here are just some of my favorites:
On this Photo Friday, I have some new photos of Ramya from last week’s tutoring session to share. I sponsor Ramya through United with Hope and she lives in India. I love being able to see new photos of her weekly!
She is on the right in the picture below.
I also got a new photo of Nusura and her pretty smile, along with more information about her! Nusura is my correspondent (“penpal”) through Revive a Rural African Child in Uganda.
Seven siblings, wow! I love her big dreams of wanting to be a nurse and completing college. We also have the same favorite color. It’s heartbreaking to think of her crying for food, something I’ve never had to experience. But that is why I’m a sponsor. The opposite of poverty isn’t wealth; it’s enough. I want to help others have enough like I do.
Sometimes extra photos of my kids are posted, which is always exciting!
Here are some extra photos of Junior. Junior is 8, lives in Honduras, and I correspond with him through Manna 4 Lempira.
He is the kid with the perpetual smile and I love it!
I sponsor Maria with Manna 4 Lempira. She is 14 and also lives in Honduras.
She is on the right in both pictures.