|T. has been introduced to computer games on this trip (educational of course)|
and here he is teaching a passel of Tanzanian kids how to "right click!"
He loves the computer...maybe too much...
|So he says to me,"Can I get a new game, Mom? I mastered this one."|
|After a run-in with a blade of grass that got stuck in his eye for about 10 minutes,|
T. insisted on wearing this cold pack around his head like a wounded solider.
Oh, and a movie. Which according to him "always helps eyes feel better."
|Thanks to Uncle Matt we have a beautiful blue bicycle that gives T.|
and Daddy tons of freedom!
|Boys and trucks and girls and dolls...but don't be fooled. Moments earlier they were switched.|
|After a long day of playing with the kids, T. falls asleep with a twizzler in his hand. |
You gotta be tired to do that!
|Our own little shamba. (Garden)|
|Super Clips Africa: Before|
|After: POLL: Did I take a cool shaggy hipster and turn him into a nerd???|
|Can you believe this kid said he was bored later this day???|
It's hard to see but he has a huge smile on his face...
Big T was demolishing a mud house in order to prepare the ground for the
new 200 capacity dining room for the children and school.
|Another newly discovered source of freedom: Victor!|
The compound dog who is normally tied to a dog house on the opposite side of
the property is now a good friend to T. and W.
When taken for a walk NOBODY messes with these white kids!
|Homemade Injera |
(Ethiopian flat bread--much easier to make than I ever guessed! And really yummy!)
|Whole Wheat Monk Bread...and I will not show you a picture of the |
horrible soft pretzels I tried to make. Absolutely terrible.
|PIZZA! Did you know Kraft parmesan cheese is a decent substitute for|
"real" cheese when you have a craving for pizza?
|Speaking of cravings...here is T. offering up his best guess as to the|
gender of our new little one coming in July...he says,
"BOY!" and the doctor agrees!