Keely Marie Scott » Travel photography & design with a little taste of Texas

A rainy day in San Pedro Sula. . .

A rainy day in San Pedro Sula. . .

didn’t stop us from playing with kids, walking the streets, baking bread ( wait till you see the oven!) and visiting families!

Loving the sweet faces and colors of Honduras!

December 2, 2010 - 7:02 pm

Jenny Sosa - Hi, it so nice to see the beautiful faces of my people in Honduras, unfortunately i don’t get to visit my original home land very often at all…You being there is a sweet reminder of God’s answered prayers and a reminder how he cares for ALL his people, I know the people in Honduras are very thankful for the little things as well as very giving of the little that they have, must of my family still there lives in El Paraiso, you can get some great coffee there!
Thank you for bringing joy to a people who very few know are there, but our God knows and he cares and loves them!

Que la pasen muy bien.

Jenny.

December 2, 2010 - 1:55 pm

Lindsey Nobles - I love your pictures. That baby in its diaper is a new favorite.

Also loved the kids in their Compassion project t-shirts. So freakin’ cute.

And…you should know that for some reason when I saw the picture of the 10th avenue north guys and one is reaching out to touch the other one’s nose. I say “boop” aloud. I am so weird.

But you are too. That’s why we are compadres. Hasta luego.

December 2, 2010 - 11:59 am

Amy Rumbaugh - What a beautiful glimpse of Honduran life and culture!
I am one of those missionary kids mentioned previously by Elizabeth Foltz. I live about 4 hours away from San Pedro, working at a mission hospital with my family, and I love Tenth Avenue North! Been hoping they would come around here sometime to preform, but I can’t find anywhere that says they’re playing? Whether or not they’re preforming or just loving like Jesus, I hope they have a blessed visit. I pray that this trip proves to be just as much of a blessing and learning experience to them in their personal world-views & spiritual walks as they are a blessing to the people they minister to.

December 2, 2010 - 10:24 am

Elizabeth Foltz - These pictures are amazing! I can’t believe that 10th Avenue North is in my city!! I am a missionary kid here in San Pedro Sula Honduras and would love to see them!! I know a few of my other missionary kid friends are also huge fans. Haha Maybe we’ll run into them somewhere in San Pedro Sula. I hope they have fun!!

December 2, 2010 - 8:41 am

Miriam Pauline - Beautiful pictures! I love these. Our dear Hohemy is a in Honduras and these help me visualize what she might see/do when she goes to the Compassion project. Thank you for posting them!

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