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April 16, 2012


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What an interesting way to build a building. I always wondered what supported the mud. It all make sense now. I am so glad this school doesn't turn away the orphans. Thanks for sharing about your trip.


Such an amazing photo record. TFS.
Love your hair in that french plait - practical and pretty!


That looked like very hard work but very rewarding. The appreciation of education Is so good to see, unfortunately it is not free in all parts. The children look happy and well which is great to see. A very rewarding project by all accounts. Love xxx


I enjoyed reading about your work in Kenya. We have dear friends who are missionaries there; they retired last year to do mission work full-time & are returning today after a six week visit home.


oh wow! what a rewarding experience. I love the narrative of what you've done there. I am amazed at how people make do with so very little.

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