Monday, January 23, 2012

Scattered Images.

City Center of Kabala.  The "Hondas" congregate here (Honda is used here like Canadians use the terms Kleenex or Q-Tip for facial tissue and cotton swab respectively.) These "Okadas" are like taxi motorcycles and are exceedingly cheap but only occasionally risky.
Lunch on the veranda consists of bread toasted with "Topper" (margerine) and slathered with Laughing Cow Cheese.

Landscape shots, as per requests.  Future requested photos will cost one jar of Kraft Peanut butter.  Delivered.

Gift carrying her baby brother Immanuel.  Both are children of Ezekiel and Tabitha Sudu.

We caught "Marten"!  For the record, nobody ate him. 

We attended Sunday School and the lesson was James 5:1-10.  You can imagine it was exceedingly convicting to be an affluent North American in one of the poorest places in the world and the text of the day was read aloud: "Now listen you rich people, weep and wail because of the misery that is coming upon you..."

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for another 6000 words. Love to all. Jenny/Dennis