Mateo Jorge Abel Pereira Samayoa
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About Me
My name is Mateo Jorge Abel Pereira Samayoa. I'm a 11-year-old.

My birthday is
December 5, 2011.
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My Story

I am happy to greet you through this. I am Mateo Jorge Abel Pereira Samayoa, and this year I turn eleven years old. This year I am in fourth grade, and currently, I am receiving face-to-face classes at school the whole week. I have been doing well in my studies so far. In my free time I play with toy cars. I like to watch TV programs. I really missed the delicious food served in the feeding program during the time it was closed due to the pandemic. Thank God, it is open again, so I get there in three minutes from home by walking. My father passed away a long time ago, and now thanks to him we receive a small pension from social security. My mom is a merchant, and she sells second-hand clothes. She also likes to stay home doing the chores and taking care of us. Occasionally, my family and I go out to eat some ice cream to spend time together. On Christmas, we prepared tamales, fruit punch and lit firecrackers. We do not attend any church at the moment. We were encouraged by one member from the Evangelism team to attend one and seek God.

We own a house with four rooms and a separate kitchen. The house is made of cement block, the roof of cement and the floor of ceramic. It has electricity and running water. The house condition is good. The pandemic affected us, and now it has been difficult for my mom to meet my house’s expenses. I thank the feeding program for the grocery bags we received. It was all a great blessing for my family and me because daily consumption products are a great need at home. Thank you very much. For now, we are all doing well, thank God. To finish, I want you to know that mom gave this information to an Evangelism team member to share with you my last news. I say goodbye to you for now. I hope to hear from you soon.

Lots of hugs,

Mateo Jorge Abel Pereira Samayoa

Translated by: Febe Ruiz / AAC Secretary-Antigua