[colors. noise. dust. curry.]
Such a beautiful people.
What an incredible experience to see a small glimpse of what Yesu is doing in India! [and still so many people in India need Jesus – pray for them?]
Also very, very fun time of being with friends! [thanks again Gunti family for all the laughs, good times and everything you did for us!]
AND NOW onto that which speaks a thousand words…
[can’t promise a caption for every photo, but I’ll try my utmost to stick in a few…]
Penjabi fabric shopping renders itself slightly overwhelming at times…
“Did you hear about the flower in the back yard? It’s beautiful.”
Don’t worry. I think that they might, perhaps, maybe, possibly like each other after all. 😉
I do love a good skit rehearsal.
We had so much fun teaching these precious kiddos!
favorite thing? [hearing them sing]
here is the awesome IGo group at the awesome fort.
pretty cool peoples right here!
and these cool peeps are pretty incredible too.
kelci found some arches =] !
love picnics in the backyard & laughing till our stomachs hurt.
they were so pleased with their coloring pages. ;]
kid’s club in the slums.
Youth Center – the flowers are an Indian tradition – photo credits GLM.
on our last day in India … a fun day with the Gunti family in Film City.
allow me to not explain the next picture. ;]
It was an awesome trip and I feel so blessed that I got to take it!
And as every proper travel post should end…
thanks for looking peoples! – Monica