I followed your link and left a comment Penny - I shall be posting soon about a recent trip to a very depressed area of Namibia ... I thought I'd seen it all ...
Wonderful Graham. I really appreciate it. More importantly, I know Jonah loves to hear from others. I'll look for your future post. It really is terrible what people have to live with around the world. We have a lot of dire situations here at home too...some of which has recently been making headlines. Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy your weekend.
«Louis» picked your Kenyan coffee up from the roaster today, so it will be on its way to you Monday.
Great! Look forward to it.
Thank u so much sweetie.. Hope u had a great one too ;)))Back to work tmr..sigh
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Thanks for sharing this.
What a precious little girl. I was looking behind the picture of the mother and her girl at their home. So simple. We're so blessed in America and so unthankful.
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It's wonderful that you are involved in this mission of mercy. I am glad little Linet is doing so well. May the Lord bless you in your involvement in ministry to hurting people in Kenya.Have a blessed Christmas.
Thank you everyone for your visit and comments as we wind down 2011.Living on Less, you have hit the nail on the head. The people live very simply. They have basic needs which are often not met. Having visited them, I am humbled and understand how blessed I really am.
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