Thinking about "Dad quotes" today. How about "Take time to smell the roses." These ladies were so happy just enjoying these roses. The bushes had been trimmed that day. I got some as well and they lasted 2 weeks!
Taller isn't superior, but we get a smile out of seeing Aloys with the Sister Missionaries and the Pres. of the third branch Dieudonne (which means "gift from God". Aloys is 6'8".
I love this little face. Bianca overcame her fears of "Muzungus" and now is my friend.
If we have choices in food, which we usually do; we take Strawberries over FUFU any day. Yes, we tried it, but we save it for our Burundian friends. These girls had this big lump of fufu (foo foo) and were enjoying eating it with their hands. We didn't interfere. Maybe they could have said, "My sufficiency has been suffoncified and any more would be disastrous to my diabolical dissastitude."
Or should it be "couldn't get a meal this good at the Bellagio."
This is how we buy strawberries. They are stacked so beautifully. And they taste as good as they look! Not modified, they are sweet and flavorful! "Yummy to my tummy!"
Remember the quote from Paul "He that doth not work, shall not eat!" It is a true principle, but here many people who work very hard, don't eat very well. They can work this hard all day and make less than $3.00.
And speaking of monkeys (at least we used to call our kids "monkeys), we saw one on the road on the way to the waterfalls.
Can you caption this one?
Or is it more THIS that makes it colorful?
Now this is a beautiful sight! Twelve baptisms in one day! Four of these were Claude's children. He had the privilege of baptizing them. Now all of his children who are of age are members. They are expecting a baby this month. That makes eleven for them.
The future of Africa!