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Day 6

Day 6

We just returned from an amazing dinner and a ton of fun and laughter at the local Indian restaurant.   I can't tell you how amazing this group is to be wi. They are fun and loving and just continue to amaze me.  Our day consisted of a visit to a rural clinic and some wonderful time with Joe Mamlin, a trip to Imani Workshop and a long morning spent with the new program for street kids at Tumaini Centre. It was a busy day and ended on such a high note.  We just finished reflection where I have attempted to outline such an important day that they are going to have tomorrow. Each student pair is going to be teamed up with a social worker and go into the fields to be a part of the Orphans and Vulnerable Children Program.  It is going to be a long and rewarding day for all of them.

It's only 9:30 and as much as I hope that they are all settling down and getting a much needed night of rest, I doubt it. Please know that everyone is healthy and doing fine.  I like to think that they are learning  a lot and taking in the experience; thus far they are a group of few words though but I imagine there will be a point where that will change.

Thank you for the comments and encouraging words. We all enjoy getting them and they bring many smiles.  You are missed but Kenya is treating us all very well.

Thank you for the opportunity to share this with your students. They are great.


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