The chatter and conversations silenced when we reached the tip of the mountain and saw the view: “You can see both mountains and the beach and where we’ve visited during our time here: Castelldefels, Barcelona, Montserrat, and more. It’s all here for you to see.” It literally looked like we were standing in front of a green screen. I may try, but no picture could adequately capture the beauty.
To be honest with you, I can’t believe that I’ve been in Spain for over 10 days. Time flies by, so much has happened, and I’ve neglected to post anything about it. I do assure you that my friend and I have had such full, yet wonderful days exploring Barcelona, Spain.
Because of these full days, I have had no desire to take time to write and process what I’ve been experiencing. I know that it’s good for me to reflect, though, because of my tendency to work too hard, so let’s begin.
As a recap,
A lot of people are asking me,
“So, Becca, you’re going to Spain? What are you going to do there?”
To be honest with you … I have no clue.
My friend and I will be working with an organization called Youth For Christ, serving in whatever way we can. The climax of our trip will be during the English camp week, where we’ll be shown off as “natives” and help people better understand the English language.
But besides that, I have no clue.
As someone recently told me, “In mission work, you have to expect and be okay with the F-word: Continue reading “The F-word in Spain”