These last few months have been a blessed reminder that the Lord is and always has been very faithful to us here in Honduras.
We were finally able to get Kimberly to the eye doctor this week to get her vision checked. I really had no idea how much glasses cost here in Honduras, but I knew I was taking her and one of the teen girls to a more pricey doctor. I had used a cheaper doctor a few years ago with another girl and wasn’t very satisfied. I decided it was worth the extra expense to get better care, but I was still nervous about being able to pay for glasses there. After a five hour wait, we finally were seen. Kimberly has astigmatism in both eyes badly enough that I was definitely not leaving with out glasses for her. As we were leaving the examination room, the doctor handed me the prescription and a note that read “50%” to take to the front desk. We were given a fifty percent discount not only on the consultation for both of the girls, but on their frames as well.
I was also contacted from a couple in the states because they wanted to donate towards my getting a personal vehicle. I had been praying about that for awhile, and was blessed to see the Lord answering. I am still praying that He would bring the right vehicle to us, and whether I should drive here or not. It can be more dangerous because the laws are not followed as they are in the states, but it would be more convenient if I could drive myself. I don’t usually think so much about convenience, but there are so few young men right now. They not only drive, but they do all the plumbing and maintenance and care of the milk cows. Please pray with me for wisdom in this area and that the Lord will send us the perfect car to meet our specific needs.