I would like to introduce you today, to my second Compassion International child. Zaira Betzabeth from Peru. She lives up in the mountains, in a small community. I use to call her my little Dora. Here's why :
So telling you about the saga of her mom, is only a tiny fraction of who this young lady is. She started writing her very own letters without the help of her tutor anymore about a year ago. And not only that, but she can write in cursive too! And todate, her handwriting is pretty legible. She enjoys sports and is a good student! Now that she write her own letters, I feel as if we are getting to know each other again, and since she has grown so much I'm sure things like favorite colors has changed with time too.
Here is her most recent picture, and while I thought she didn't look very good, this update was only a few months after her mother's death. I know I like to look at the progressive photos of others children to see what a change and smile has come to their face. And while I can't say I see that yet, she is definitely an over comer, and I pray I see that change in her soon!