Sunday, May 1, 2011

To the North

We took a trip to Nairobi, Kenya, during our spring break...to have a little fun, but also to do a little work by visiting a couple other MK schools and getting some ideas and inspiration. We accomplished all of the above.

Nairobi's giraffe center:  the stuff African dreams are made of



We have chosen to teach at HOPAC instead of RVA, even though this is the view from there....sigh.  But our hearts are still with HOPAC.  Fun to visit RVA though...it's where I attended in 9th grade, so it felt like going back in time. 

Nairobi is famous for its BBQ restaurants with all-you-can-eat meat...including things like crocodile.  My husband decided Josiah needed to be a real man and refused to allow him to eat anything else but meat, all evening long.  Josiah did not complain.

We stayed with some wonderful friends we knew from Tanzania years ago.  We love you, Hannah!  Such a beautiful senior girl now...and will be attending APU!

Easter Sunday


Lots of blasts from the past on this trip. The chaplain at Rosslyn is married to Robin, who I grew up with in Liberia and haven't seen for about 20 years. For many reasons, we have a lot in common...amazing to spend time with them!
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