It is a privilege to write you something about me. My name is Lester Josue Oliverio and I am 11 years old. I live happily with my family, and thank God, we are all healthy despite the coronavirus. I am in 5th grade but I continue with classes online due to the pandemic. I have to deliver my homework at school every month. However, this change has been difficult for me because my mother does not dedicate much time to helping me since she continues working as a teacher. On the other side, I know that my father is working as a delivery person, but he does not help us financially. This time, I want to share with you that my mother has a new partner and his name is Kevin Perez. He is currently living with us and works as a security guard to help with the incomes. This pandemic brought us difficult moments to face because the salaries were lower and my stepfather did not have much work. We found a big help with our family to continue ahead. In addition, we have experienced that God keeps his word because He never left us alone. He always blesses the families and did it through Living Water and the grocery bags that always came on time. For that reason, we thank them for remembering Zone 5. God bless them and especially you for being part of this. We are still attending church three days a week. Finally, let me tell you that my mother gave this information by telephone to the LW team since the feeding program remains closed due to the pandemic. I hope you are fine alongside your family. Take care!
With much love,
Lester Jose Oliverio Valenzuela
Translated by: Mireya de Sandoval, AAC Secretary / Antigua