…survived! After the gruesome cleaning and cutting away of their two fellow members it was pleasant to see three left standing alive and well. =) This morning Whit and I decided it was time to cut at the second toe. Let’s just say it’s a unique experience slicing away at spongy, gray, bone and feeling […]
We see a well-rounded share of both extremes here. And if you don’t care to see the latter, I’d suggest you not scroll beyond the the second picture on this post. :] Below is our (very nice;) new Mis Mali with an armful, holding this couple-week old set of twins, a girl and a boy.
It is Easter season! And we have a lot to be thankful for. Especially, when we see and hear so much noise from the Devil parades around us at all hours of the day and night. It feels good to be able to trust an Almighty God whose little thumb is stronger than all
“Good-morning,” says Mis Katie. And then she launches into a descriptive medical class, in which she shows the waiting patients some health tips and physical education. There always seems to be a need to educate the people here, and while they are waiting to be seen by the nurses is an excellent time to
Not that that has anything to do with this post, other than that I’m posting it on this day, and didn’t have any other ideas for a title, so…:) It feels like a long time since I’ve written a blog, and I think it’s because it has been. Somehow the past few times I’ve been
A big thank-you to our friends from the States for the wonderful, education-filled week-end we shared. And thanks for the toys! They are such a happy thing in a world where we can’t fix everything. For example, on Sunday afternoon, we were just finishing up our lunch when we were called to