Ozair and Rosicler are becoming a big part of our lives while on our mission. Please forgive us for sharing many pictures of their lovely home. No, riches and a beautiful home aren't what is so impressive to us. It is that fact that they are making improvements constantly on their home--by doing it themselves. Their main cooking stove is a huge wood-burning stove. Ozair has woodpiles that cannot be matched. He gathers wood from other places (not from "his" tees), cuts and stacks by himself. The first picture below couldn't even capture the near 20-foot high top of his woodpile in his work shop. A path leaving his workship half-way up the hill is flanked with stacks of wood 2-3 feet high. Look at the chandeliers below. See the circular gold frame for the chains and electrical cord? He has silicone molds and makes and spray paints them all. See the family crest above and to the left of the fireplace? He made the mold, cast it, and had a friend paint it. His stairway banisters with urn-shaped rungs (?) have all been made by him with his silicone molds (see staircase pictures in post dated August 10, 2013). For their September 11th churrascaría, Ozair and Rosicler worked all week to finish their fountain and indoor flower garden. They are always so excited to show their latest accomplishments--not to flaunt their wealth, but to share their excitement. We are glad they feel comfortable enough to share with us. They are rare individuals. Rosicler and I both love bright red flowers. She gave me a potted red begonia, to remember her and our friendship by.