'The Move' has happened. Last Monday we shifted all our Healing Home gear over to the new home. As moves go (and I am a man who really, really dislikes the moving process!) it went really well. However, I never took one pic - and still have not got digital pics done. Sorry sorry - I got the trusty film camera out yesterday and clicked away but they will take a while to land on the blog.
Sreynoone, an incredibly sweet young lady who is receiving radiotherapy for a growth in her brain. She has been with us for three or four weeks now, and our staff just love her. She is losing her hair at the moment and wants to get her head shaved. Sue has told her she may grow her hair back as a blonde - she just roared with laughter! Please pray for this little lady.
We have six patients in at the moment plus three kids and two other family members. There are still about eight people on a waiting list. I've got one more bedroom to paint and a couple of beds to source so that we can get properly up to speed.
Man of the moment has been Paul, a great young Kiwi guy and a sparkie. Sorry no pic yet - Paul has untangled wiring birdnests, installed new hot points, moved light switches to sane locations, got the washing line up, done half the shifting load and much more. Paul together with good friend Andrew Smith have shot off to Thailand for three days (a mission to a refugee camp on the Thai-Burmese border) - they are back on Wednesday so I'll get some mug-shots then.