Time changes tonight. In Brazil. We’ll be three hours ahead of U.S. Central Time. Until it goes to DST, then we’ll be two.
With the car loaded down with cleaning materials, The Missus and I left The Maiden asleep this morning as we headed out for the city of Cabreúva to the Lar Cristão Children’s Home. The two-hour trip sometimes seems more trouble than its worth, but the directors and people who work with the home assure us our presence there is important.
Vicki and I are members of the Fiscal Council and representatives for the SJCampos congregation. The red tape in Brazil is unbelievable, impossible to keep up with completely, but the Lar does its best to keep all the documents in order. Continue reading