Some high lights from last week were going to a water park, taking some of the kids to church, eating Korean food, and I got my hair cut.
|Entering Splash. That red slide was fast!|
|Some of the young adults watching the football match|
|This is Adrian, the son of one of the local professionals we work with.|
|Some of the young adults playing pool.|
On Sunday I was able to take 4 boys from Nyumba Ya Tumaini to church with me. We had fun, they helped me figure out public transportation all the way there. It requires three matatus so it is quite a journey. Then on Monday night Natalie went back to the US for about 6 weeks so we went to a Korean restaurant called Big Mama's for her goodbye dinner. The food was delicious. I call my mom big mama so I will have to take her there when she comes to visit. In the coming weeks I will be visiting new organizations to learn more about child poverty in the community. We want to meet more people passionate about it and learn what is being done about it.
I hope everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving where ever you are in the world. Christmas music is officially all I will be listening to. Once again I am thankful for all of you and for this adventure I am on right now. Asante sana!