And on another note, be sure to check out the video at the end. Some very strong Kenyans are pushing a very heavy handcart up a city hill amidst the cars and trucks. And check out the previous post about the termites!
|And Elder Thomas is dreaming of the day he can walk again without a crutch. Maybe if he would quit playing soccer on P-day (Preparation Day), he would stop wrecking his ankle. Sister Msane sure hopes so.|
|I tried to get a picture from the car of this cute little girl in the white dress. How they can keep them so white is beyond me. Posters on the wall are for the upcoming elections. Posters are everywhere.|
|Karibu Tena. Very welcome. Come back again Elder Thomas and Sister Torrie. I brought my light Masai blanket to wrap around my legs so the mosquitoes wouldn't get me. Kenyans here call them "mos-qweetoes."|
|Karibu Tena Elder & Sister Torrie. Come back again and welcome.|