Wednesday, November 21, 2007

The Last Couple of Days.

Monday was project African Dance. This is for all of you Sunday Funday kids. I spent the afternoon at Bomas of Kenya where I saw over 10 dances from many different tribes. I have video of it all for our weekly classes.
That night we went out with Lynsey, Anne, and three of the volunteers, John, Jen, and Juanita who were getting a week long break from the from the village. We ended up going to Cedars again. This time we got the big Mezze with 24 different dishes. It was goooooood. Although no one ate the chicken liver.
So I thought of our friend and Kibera who had been sick. If you remember, her favorite food was liver. You should have seen her face when I showed her what I had brought her. Although she has not gained much noticeable weight back, she did feel and act much stronger.

On Tuesday, we went to Nyumbani to play with the kids. Fun as always.

We then went to memorial service for Father D'Agastino who passed away one year ago.

It was a celebration of his life.
A good ending to a trip spent with so many things that he created. He was quite the individual.

The sun sets on an amazing trip of eye opening experiences.
Can't wait to talk about it with all of you.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

i have enjoyed this journey with you. thank you for sharing it with all of us so far. can't wait to hear more, but the photos do speak for themselves (kudos). i love these children and i know you fell in love with them too. tell me everything, EVERYTHING! can't wait to hear.