|A few of the children enjoying their lunch under the tree|
|Just a few (???) avocados on one of our many avocado trees|
|Our house with new paint - pity about mess on the verandah!|
The good old Currency converter to the fore and the cafe was not undersold. Not that the guy wanted to, but had no idea of the exchange rate. Result, thankful to be in the right place, at the right time to look after in a small way Ugandan friends.
Or, the family who we have been able to give a sponsorship to their son. They also have a son who is very disabled and unable to walk, talk and thumps his head a lot. You know that this is making a difference to them, having someone who can help a little. Acting as God's hands. They appreciate so much and yet it is so hard. The father gains as much work as he can find. The mother has to care for the child and the other children! Have they made bad choices - no! Yet, by giving them something they want God to bless us. We are so thankful for the blessings of God, but so much want the people to know it is not us - we are only obedient to the call.
|Another group under a different tree with the P1 teacher|
|Removing stumps - hard work by a man who comes to help in exchange for sponsored children|
The process of registration is moving along. We have overcome attempts for bribes and are well on the
|A new inground water tank with Alex. Ron has guttered the kitchen ready for this|
Hoping for a great day next Saturday (in case I don't post again until after that) for the official opening of the school. Only 50 kg of rice needed! Again, an opportunity to share God's love with the people of the community and to explain more about being a Christian school. The LCIII (who I think is called the Mayor) is very keen to come. Children are excited and items are being prepared.
|The official entry - it now has pillars on either side, name coming|