Every day, I pour tap water in the top of it. It filters the water, and then when we turn on the spigot there, we have clean water to drink.
When we moved to Nakuru, we found that our Stefani alone was not enough. The water here is much dirtier, so a dirt "crust" was forming quickly on the filters in the Stefani which majorly slowed down the flow of water. BJ has to take it apart to clean it for me about every two weeks now. So as a backup system, we got this water dispenser as well.
We buy bottles of water for this dispenser. Seth uses this one for drinking water because he can reach it. And I use it when my Stefani is not working as efficiently as I need it to.
I am so thankful for clean water.
|A bottle of filtered water is kept on the sink at all times.|
* Bread pudding for breakfast
* Broccoli carrot soup for lunch (leftover from yesterday)
* And tonight, we are having red beans and rice. Good ole Louisiana food! We found some good sausage to put in it. The sausage is made right here in Nakuru--a blessing for us.