Thanks to Nashville First Adults for Bringing Rain!

The First Adult Mission Team from First Baptist  Church Nashville, Tennessee
on my terrace after lunch last Sunday. Photo by Jason Quesada on Pam’s phone. Me back center in blue shirt.
Atenas, Costa Rica

The national bird of Costa Rica is the Clay-colored Thrush or Yigüirro in Spanish. It is a rather plain brownish robin-sized bird to be a national bird – BUT – the story is that it’s singing in April (mating season) is what brings the rains in May. Well, this year the rains started in April (the day the Nashville group arrived), so we don’t know whether to credit that to the little thrush or the First Adults!   🙂   But whatever – it’s been raining ever since! Each afternoon. ¡Muchas gracias!

¡Pura Vida!

0 Replies to “Thanks to Nashville First Adults for Bringing Rain!”

  1. Quick correction: The photo on your gorgeous patio was taken by your buddy, your Spanish teacher, Jason. Pam is in the photo. "Never, have I ever . . . given credit for a photograph to the wrong person." (Stand up, Señor Doggett)

    Still telling stories about you, the trip, the zipline, the Pacific, the orphanage, and for certain the beautiful children of Hogar de Vida.

    Blessings, my brother!

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