I smiled at that. I'm so glad he calls his family a happy family.
(The termites came last night after the heavy rain.)
Seth: "Mommy, can we cook them and eat them?"
Seth: "Why? They are not poisonous."
Mommy: "Because I do not want to eat bugs!" (Or cook them for that matter)
Disappointment. Poor deprived kid. By the way, fried termites are a delicacy in some of the tribes here in Kenya!
|Check out the mohawk!|
We tried a different dress with a hat.
So pretty, but, unfortunately, the hat wouldn't stay on. A barrette would not stay in either. So, finally, I let her hair have it's adorable way.
More Sunday pictures:
This sweet lady offered to hold Brina while BJ and I team interpreted the church service. She promptly fell asleep on her lap.
BJ interpreting for this little deaf boy, David. His hearing mother came with him to church. The love she has for her son is obvious. David's signs are very limited because he has only been in the Deaf school for one year. BJ was fingerspelling words trying to learn some of the signs that David uses for things. The Deaf are coming, one at a time. It is fun to watch God begin a brand new ministry with the Deaf. BJ and I dream of one day seeing these precious souls come to know Christ.