ONE LESS BABY TOOTH, and HONDURAN FOODS!!!
Updated: May 25, 2020
Hey guys, it's me, Messiah. This week has been a great week for me. Yesterday, I lost another baby tooth. I know that y'all are probably like WHAT!!! You still have baby teeth? Yep, I believe I still have five now. my brother Guenther has less baby teeth than me. I don't know why, but I'm a real late bloomer. I believe that I'm going to loose my last baby tooth when I'm about 18 years old. I hope that all of my teeth will start falling out soon at one time. One day they will all fall out... I hope.
A picture of my tooth that I pulled out....
I love the food here in Honduras, and in fact, my absolute favorite chips are here. They are plantain chips, and they are the best. They are the best chips in the world, and y'all will have to come down to try them.
A picture of the best chips in the world.....
This week, my dad tought me how to make flour tortillas, and they were sooooooooooooo hard to make. my first one was HOLY, (I mean holey). The first few, I had a super hard time, but with the last ones, it was a lot better, with no holes. Now, I know how to make flour and corn tortillas. Personally, I prefer corn tortillas because they are easier to cook, and because they taste soooo much better.
Pictures of the first tortilla, and the last......
NOW FOR THE SONG OF THE WEEK: Remember to comment, and tell me what you think about it.
The song for this week is "Great Are You Lord" by All Sons And Daughters
link to hear the song....
This song is really meaningful to me because when we sing it, and we really mean it, we pour out our praise to the Lord of all creation. There is a part in the song that says "It's your breath in our lungs, so we pour out our praise". I sing this song very often, and ponder on it, pouring out my praise to Him only. The song also says that He gives life and that he is love. When I pray, I thank God for the love that he gives us, because it is so amazing and unexplainable.
Thank y'all for reading my blog, and I'll talk to y'all next week.