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Wilson Photo Album


Anna Hawk
Anna Hawk
She is helping her mother by sweeping the porch

Wilson taking a siesta
Wilson taking a siesta
in the hammock on the Hawk's porch

Wilson and Sammie
Wilson and Sammie
celebrating Sammie's birthday

Husband Rich and Wilson
Husband Rich and Wilson

This is my FAVORITE picture! Wilson had to wear a tie for graduation and didn't know how to tie it. Rich is teaching, Tie-tying 101 !


Fubolito game
Fubolito game

Wilson is the goalie in red shorts. Notice the soccer ball coming toward me in the picture!


Wilson, the artist!
Wilson, the artist!

We were making edible turkeys for Anna's treat at school. Wilson "designed" his own version of a turkey!


Wilson and Rich
Wilson and Rich

Taken near Tegucigalpa at a shopping area called Valle de Angeles. It was the day before we flew back home. Wilson shopped with us and carried all my packages!


A nice clean truck
A nice clean truck

Wilson is helping wash and clean a truck parked at the Guest House in Tegucigalpa.


Gigantic sundaes at Applebee's
Gigantic sundaes at Applebee's

Anna Hawk and Israel ordered dessert which turned out to be the largest sundaes we've ever seen! Israel tried to finish his until I thought he looked sick and told him to stop. Applebee's in Honduras is much like ours here.


Our Christmas photo for 2005!
Our Christmas photo for 2005!

This was our Christmas picture on our letters this year. What a proud moment for us!


Wilson with an American brother
Wilson with an American brother

Our oldest son, Nic and Wilson. They were roommates while we stayed with Travis and Lori Hawk at El Sembrador. Nic's Spanish wasn't the best, but he did quite well with Wilson.


The group shot
The group shot

Front row--Anna, Israel, Wilson, Lori Hawk holding Allie. Middle row--Rich, Julie, Nic Back row-- Travis Hawk

We are at the Guest House in Tegucigalpa. World Gospel Mission provides a safe place to house work teams as they come and go from the city. It is a 'motel' type place where meals are served.


A great smile!
A great smile!

This is the best picture of Wilson. The smile on his face represents an accomplishment that doesn't happen real often in a third world country....a high school diploma. We are proud to say the least!


Banquet after graduation ceremony
Banquet after graduation ceremony

We are all gathered for a banquet to honor the graduates at a fancy hotel in the city of Catacamas. We waited about 1 1/2 hours to get served and sat on a covered balcony. It was actually quite cool and breezy, something I have not experienced too often in Honduras! Rich kept us entertained with his humor and we laughed so much. Lori especially was tickled at his jokes!Even though the language barrior existed some, Wilson and Israel laughed too!


Wilson and girls
Wilson and girls

Wilson is holding Allie Hawk and Anna, the older sister, stands. We are getting ready to leave for Tegucigalpa as we would fly home the next day. This was taken about 8 am, Wilson is helping entertain the girls so Mom and Dad can gather up last minute items.


The bread man
The bread man

Here comes Wilson with his bread that is going into the oven in the work team kitchen. The gas oven behind the boys dining room was not working, so he had to carry 16 loaves over every day to be baked. This was quite a pain if it happened to be raining, and many days it was! I lifted those trays, they were HEAVY.


More bread
More bread

Wilson could only bake 2 trays at a time because the second oven didn't work. He was very meticulous about how his bread turned out. If it burned, he was very upset.


The second batch
The second batch

Wilson started working on his bread around 2:45 every day after finishing his classes. It would take him until 5:30 or 6:00 to bake all 16 loaves.


He is proud!
He is proud!

Wilson was very good at making bread. His loaves were uniform in size and very tasty. One day he brought me a couple slices and I had it for breakfast. Very good toast! He even branched out and made banana bread too, which was delicious! One trip, I helped him do this and it was a laugh-a-minute for me! It was hard to knead dough the size of a beach ball!


Wilson and I in June '05
Wilson and I in June '05
Taken in Tegucigalpa at the end of my 7th trip

High School Graduation
High School Graduation
receiving his diploma

 

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