November Scrapbook

November Scrapbook

We experience so many random things every day that┬ácan’t be organized into a logical blog. So, we’ll deluge you with a flood of photos that you can sort out as you please. What an adventure!

The top image is of Elder & Sister Tim and Susanne Gillett, from Mapleton. They arrived in mission a few weeks ago and we finally caught up with them. It was a wonderful and therapeutic reunion.

Sister Taylor's first piano student, Elder Gwazvo.

Sister Taylor’s first piano student, Elder Gwazvo.

We love being surrounded by kids, who flock to Sister Taylor.

We love being surrounded by kids, who flock to Sister Taylor.

We went to retrieve a group of Elders who totaled their truck at Chobe game park this week. (please do not share the photo of the wrecked truck). All six Elders crawled from the wreck unscathed except for one scraped arm. The truck was completely demolished. Missionaries are indeed protected, even when they are less than careful.

Crash survivors were a miracle. Please do not share this photo.

Crash survivors were a miracle. Please do not share this photo.

A baboon near Chobe game park.

A baboon near Chobe game park.

A tricked-out boda boda.

A tricked-out boda boda.

We gave Kennedy his first ever birthday party. He was thrilled.

We gave Kennedy his first ever birthday party. He was thrilled.

A favorite breakfast: G-nut butter and g-nuts with bananas and honey over home made bread.

A favorite breakfast: G-nut butter and g-nuts with bananas and honey over home made bread.

Surprise, surprise. They have Christmas decorations here as well. But few can afford them.

They have Christmas decorations but few can afford them. This store is in Kampala.

We're continually fascinated by the clouds here.

We’re continually fascinated by the clouds here.

Our friend Sharon carrying eggs for a branch party. They are boiled and served as a great treat.

Our friend Sharon carrying eggs for a branch party. They are boiled and served as a great treat.

We came face to face with this monster this week. We didn't stay long.

We came face to face with this monster this week. We didn’t stay long.

This is symbolic of the most despicable hospital we have ever seen.

This is symbolic of the most despicable hospital we have ever seen.

Children and youth work and sweat, yet smile all the while.

Children and youth work and sweat, yet smile all the while.

 

Battle scars from a crash while running on uneven pavement.

Battle scars from a crash while running on uneven pavement.

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