The diarrhea pills come in two flavours - 'all day gut cleanser' and 'chillied 3-day bowel remover'. The choice is all yours ...
Friday, 27 November 2009
Julia Hamilton-Smith is back for time number 3 with us. This time she has towed two Brsibane friends here - Rachel and Alison. Rachel is an English teacher and Ali is an accountant. Over here, they are teachers, gardeners, orphanage inspirers and a bunch of other things too.
They are slotting in really well with a pretty full schedule that includes daily teaching and input at Centre of Peace orphanage, a bunch of English classes at New Life Church and a garden resurrection at the Healing Home. Julia came well prepared for that last item - in her luggage was a kilo of composting worms!!
Tuesday, 17 November 2009
Friday, 13 November 2009
Saturday, 7 November 2009
Emma, who leaves behind the playground legacy. She's a librarian, but should change her day-job as she is born to promote the Kathmandu label!
Well done, team. Two houses, many meetings and connections and just a great serving, caring attitude. You have done us all proud!
After five weeks, Mok is heading home. She swung by the hospital, where the doc said that the x-ray showed the bone was looking good, but he wanted her to keep the cast on for another week.
We will miss Mok. She has the sweetest gentle nature and really soaked up everything she heard about the goodness of God. But this lady is so keen to go home where six sons await her..
Wednesday, 4 November 2009
Tuesday, 3 November 2009
Fortunately for the guys, the girls had a bit of time up their sleeves ...
... carefully watched by the meat side of somebody's future bacon and eggs
David has found his true calling in life - no need for a concrete mixer with this man on the job ...