As of 9pm tonight, we've not had our daily rainstorm though it's quite cool/cold and cloudy. We'll see...!
Sanna and Lance are practicing a song in the morning sun. I love the long shadows we're casting. Hmm... hopefully a metaphor for the work we're doing here.
Raising a cup with the students in my class as we prepare for snack time. One of the "perks" for students coming to the school is that they get a morning tea break and lunch - which for many of them is all they eat for the day. The brightly colored hats were sewn by women in Linda's church. (Linda came with the Kizimani Team last year.)
When we go to the field (which is where the new school building will be located), "our" kids are the ones in the school uniforms - you've seen the burgundy outfits :-) But because our clinic is set up in the same area, other kids are around too. This young girl just wrings my heart.
The brand new and SO much nicer "chos" (restrooms) are just behind this little girl - the first step in building the new school compound...
Me and my entourage for the day. We all have kids grabbing our hands whenever they can.
Several people on the team have colds so that's no fun for them. Prayers appreciated for speedy recovery for them all :-) So far I'm staying healthy.
Dr. Bob Wells is posting a blog at http://2014kenyakizimani.blogspot.com
And there's more pictures on a PhotoStream which you can view and even download photos if you wish at http://bit.ly/Kizimani2014