Another early morning. And unfortunately very early for the Hayleys due to another “who knew” moment.
Case in point: Who knew your cell phone would automatically adjust to Daylight Savings Time even when you’re 1) in Cuba and 2) have the phone in airplane mode?
We didn’t know – that’s why we had adjusted our phone alarm to account for the time change and found ourselves out of bed at 4 am. UGH.
But eventually everyone else woke up and headed to our daily breakfast buffet. By the way – every morning the world’s saddest faced but sweetest playing accordion player entertained us. I wish I had a photo of his face when he visited our table – for as sad and serious as he looks now, his smile is equally sweet and kind.
By 8:30, we loaded up – off to the church to pick up interpreters and on to Tamarindo Baptist.
The house looks totally different set up for church.
Today everyone that Kelly shared with made a profession of faith. Everyone but one individual that I shared with made a profession.
Because her husband didn’t get home from work until the evening, it was hard to know what we could actually do to help. I told her my husband and I would pray for her, for someone to share with her husband and if it was possible, we would try to visit on one of our last two days.