Please remember us

“Please remember us.” I cannot count the good-byes I have shared in the last three years. Whether dear friends leaving after some time, or new friends leaving after a week, it is another part of the “normal” of life overseas. Over time, it becomes a choice to continue saying “hello,” when you know you willContinue reading “Please remember us”

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Top 5 Places to Eat in Nairobi!

We thought it might amuse some and help others to know which restaurants we frequented the most and would suggest as the top restaurants in Nairobi. One of the benefits of living in Nairobi is the plethora of ethnic foods. No doubt we are biased, but all the same, here are the top 5 favorites:Continue reading “Top 5 Places to Eat in Nairobi!”

On seeing the crowd…

I’ve never noticed the crowd before. “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven…”  Now, THAT I’ve read again and again. I’ve imagined it, a peaceful scene. Jesus, on the top of a rocky hill, in the middle of green grass swaying as a  light breeze carries his words toContinue reading “On seeing the crowd…”

Pictures from the Microfinance Home Visit (to our house)

  The group in our livingroom.. Homemade chips and salsa!  Esther’s daughter, Peace  Francis (loan officer)  Receiving a wonderful gift from the group!   Receiving another gift…   A very wonderful farewell cake! as traditionally served to each other…   a very sweet cake it was!  A lot of dishes to wash… Front row (left to right): Francis,Continue reading “Pictures from the Microfinance Home Visit (to our house)”