I've recently gotten letters from my Compassion kids. Apparently Plantains with Salami is a popular dish in the Dominican Republic. Now I'm wondering how the plantains are prepared. And Eury likes to eat Fried Plantain with Spaghetti. Fascinating. Not a combination I would have thought of.
Grabiela is now able to write her letters. She drew a little pair of red lips for her kiss and asked for prayer for her dad because he isn't a Christian.
Eury says he wants to learn to draw and that his family is very happy. He drew and colored a picture of his center with two little smiling people beside it.
I've been bouncing around in my brain trying to come up with a stunning reason our family sponsors two Compassion children. And, just to keep it simple: It's the right thing to do.
And, why do I blog about Compassion and the kids we sponsor? It's the right thing to do.
If I can get one more child sponsored or make a person aware of the many layers of Compassion then that is beyond delightful.
Compassion changes people. Not just the child in the program, but also family members. That's HUGE. That's how vicious cycles get broken. That's how hope stays alive.
You can become a Compassion blogger. Just click here to find out how. They've made it very simple. I like simple. I need simple. Click on that Join The Network button in the top left corner and it will walk you through the steps.
Oh, and here is a Fried Plantain recipe from Aunt Clara's Kitchen: Dominican Cooking. I still haven't come across one that combines them with spaghetti, but I'm thinking there's probably no marinara sauce involved.