It's been a little crazy here!! It looks like we are back to our 8 hour a day load-shedding (no electricity) schedule, and with grandparents here, I have been cooking up a storm! Today we woke up to a school holiday for African Freedom Day (yay!) but no power AND no water for 8 hours (boo!) When Blu brought me a bucket from the borehole to wash dishes, it felt like the "good" ole days at New Day! As soon as power came back on, I rushed over here to blog - I hate feeling behind on my blog! Here's a catchup of the last few days!
Waiting eagerly at the airport for 90 minutes for Paw & B-Maw to come through the doors!
The LONG bus ride home...
Cason finally found someone to read to him!
Paw & Caed catching some zzz's!
Hugs for Paw!
Teacher Diana's mom, Barbara, surprised her by coming along for the trip!
"Su-Su" is getting some love from Agness
I'm loving having B-Maw teach Cambree's Language Arts class!
Last week, Cambree made us an Egyptian Chocolate Cake - it was amazing!
Speaking of cake, back in Livingstone we celebrated Carolyn & Wes's birthdays with some cake at Ocean Basket!
Cason showing his grandparents his tree house!
At the end of our Monday...it was an exhausting day!
Emma with her signature scowl!
B-Maw has won Emmanuel over with candy.. :)
Fence with Diana's poinsettia tree that B-Maw loves! (I have one too growing well in my front flower bed!)
Cambree, Little Laurie, and B-Maw went to visit Georgina, who is very sick.
Joy, our morning nanny for the little ones, with the kids
The ladies are loving B-Maw's nail polish and scarves!
Look at sweet Baby Justin - growing up!!
Mama Lala with her Language Arts class
Linety, who is a house cleaner at the Lukondo House
Mama Loveness & Justin
Mama Loveness & Mrs. Choma show off their new scarves!
Choma Museum with the grandparents!
Lunchtime naps at the Tidwell house! Like mother, like son...
Nighttime power outages mean grilling out and eating outside!
Paw & B-Maw enjoyed Blu's Monday afternoon Bible study at Chivuma
Cambree showed B-Maw Precious's grave
3 little monkeys in the trees..
Some village ladies near Georgina's house
Happy African Freedom Day!