We have to fend for ourselves on Sundays for meals. Last Sunday we made french toast. I dropped mine on the floor and said near profanities. I had a syrup covered bossom and had to do some clean up. But the french toast was ideal!...I got a new piece. I didn't eat off the floor...obviously.
The villagers at Bunabuyoka had a right nice dance party with us after a meeting. They sure know how to shake it. Even the kids have killer cool dance moves.
Kelsey and I had to teach english to the youngest group of kids in the village. We taught the alphabet and then the Hokey Pokey. It was a hit. Nothing's cuter than watching them put their "whole bodies in" and shaking them about. Webster could define cuteness like these kids can. Adorable.
We spent all day one day carrying rocks down the mountain for the foundation of the medical clinic. How inspiring is it to see these cute kids carrying bigger rocks than you when you think you're tuckered out. Never was there better reason to keep working.
Here's the clan carrying some of our rocks. We were all so dirty and sweaty by the end of the day. But so happy.
Alexis, Josh and Jennilyn. Alexis and Jennilyn are dang tough...and Josh is mad about it.
We took a break from making bricks and I was chilling with my buddy Derek for a while. We call him Derek Jeter.
This is little Rebecca. We're good friends. She hangs all over me when I'm within site of her. I love this little girl.