Monday, December 18, 2006

More Pics From Barbate

Ah, that is what I am talking about!!! This food did not last that long once things got going.

Here is Lela waiting with Jeanette outside the church. Jeanette has been coming to our church for several months now. She is a character with a great sense of humor. She is originally from Guatemala, but has been in Spain now for some time.

Here is Jeanette again with daughter Karen, brother Jose, Angel Avila and Angel's Mom, Carmen.



Pastor Robert holding his oldest daughter, getting the afternoon started. As I mentioned in the previous entry, Robert is from Germany, but is absolutely fluent in Spanish. You can tell that he loves his congregation and their love for him is obvious as well.
Renae at the table, making sure that Mom is not looking as she picks up yet another tarta!












This is a view from the projector. I was in the front of the room, sitting next to Carlos, praying that the DVD player would work. Trying to look casual and under control, I took this picture and I think I might have scared Carlos half to death! Sorry hermano!

And finally, the pic of the day: Miqueas, Yolee's son, surrounded by a mob O' ladies! My daughter Elizabeth, usually has "rights" to Miqueas, but it's quite obvious that Miqueas is the MAN in Barbate!

Elizabeth is not quite sure what to do about the competition! I am sure she'll figure something out. I would'nt be surprised if it involves screaming!


This was such a sweet time of fellowship. I hope you got a small taste from these pictures just how great an event this was.

Blessings To The Friends Of Spain,
Frank Sanchez

2 comments:

lenna Sanchez said...

we miss you guys and are looking forward to your return. Merry christmas!!! or should i say happy holidays b/c it's legally correct...ahh who cares.

Frank & Lela Sanchez said...

Lenny!

Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment! I LOVE COMMENTS! Merry Christmas to you and Rich, especially since it's your first one as a married couple! Very cool. Your nieces and nephews miss their family a ton.

Blessings,
F.S.