Today is the Feast of St. Polycarp, and I talked about him at our Mass this morning. After the service we celebrated Mr. Albert Barrow's birthday. I feel bad because I didn't ask him how old he is, but I think it's safe to assume that he's past twenty-five.
We had TWO kindsa cake: a sweet-sweet lemon cake with beautiful icing, and pineapple upside-down cake. We also had uvas and empanadas. We knows how to eat at San Cristóbal!
Here are photos of the celebration.
Here we are singing to Mr. Barrow, and he's singing along, as usual. He usually starts the Birthday song on Sundays.
The Long-suffering Mrs. Milray Barrow, Patron Saint of Patience, according to Alberto
We have someone teaching steel-pan in the Parish Hall. Mr. Guld and I are going to get together next week with Ricky Staple and Mr. Guld's sax-playing friend to work out a couple numbers for a Sunday morning. The Lovely Mona snapped some shots of the steel-pan.
Just another Wednesday in Parque Lefevre.