Doing the dishes.
This is what it looks like every morning at breakfast time. The kids sit outside with their "Samp" and eat. I just loved this moment so I had to capture it.
I found these little boys playing in the dirt on the way home from school one day. They were being so cute throwing dirt on each other and fighting over the sticks. The one boy looked so sick but seemed to be having so much fun. It reminded me of when Holly had her goopy eyes and nose and was still herself.
Evans, his brother, nephew, and sis-in-law (8 months pregnant), outside his house. I sure do love that boy.
Our "classroom", also the dining room where the kids eat every night. There's about ten more kids but they weren't in this picture. Love it!
Some good 'ol fashion African dancing.
This is how the kids are transported to church every Sunday. There are about fifteen of them in the back of the tiny truck. Crazy!!!
Eric and I preparing our hands for dinner. The Nschima is the white stuff and the relish was a yummy soybean something or other. Yummy!!!! Really it was super good.
Eric and his sweet little wife, Patricia. It was so fun spending the day with him. His wife is two months pregnant. So excited to see the little morsel next summer when I come back.
I LOVE THESE PEOPLE!!!