Lindsay Mack's story about Herrara's granddaughter, Griselda, appears in the October 2008 issue of The Little Lutheran, a magazine for children 6 and younger.
Legs braced in kickboxing position, arms trembling, I stood watching Leticia Herrara unbutton her cuff and roll up her sleeve. I braced an enormous 8-gallon tub of warm milk on a table with my arms. I was about to take over a cheese-making operation. I stared in awe as Herrara, a 5-foot-2-inch athletic grandma, plunged her entire arm into the bucket and churned the milk.
|Leticia Herrara (above), a Honduran Lutheran, sorts beans, one of many tasks she does while raising four grandchildren, including Griselda (below).|
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