Teaching the fine art of making s’mores: translating s’mores into Spanish, seeing the excitement on their faces when I said they would each get their very own bar of chocolate, teaching them how to roast and make the sandwich, getting to luxuriously hand out marshmellows from the never ending bag thanks the the generosity of the group from Wabash church.  OK- we did cut a few off after like 10, but at least we are not at camp and they had to go home at the end of the night.  So fun doing things for the first time!

Around the fire

Good form!

Singing and watching the fire

We couldn’t get it going with out gas (I am so embarrassed, but fire making is a little harder in humid Honduras than dry Colorado)

Making sandwiches

The horchata crew



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2 responses to “s’mores

  1. Mom

    Who would think something so simple could be so fun?

  2. Stacey Casebolt

    Looks like fun! I just wanted to say that I’m proud to know someone – a relative no less – who has dedicated her life to helping others so completely. Dan and I think of you often and hope you are doing well. Its fun to see your updates, and brings me constant reminders that, while its so easy to get caught up into my own little world, there are so many people out there who need help!

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