at the Lulu Bwiru classroom. After being at the hospital in town (yes, entering week two of illnesses) it made more sense to just come here a little early rather than waste time in town (while feeling like crap).
I've not been much of a blogger lately. But in lieu of a proper blog post, here's a link to our latest newsletter. Read about our work and more at http://reidsinafrica.weebly.com/uploads/1/4/6/2/14624418/reid_fall_2014_newsletter_for_web.pdf.
...watching the FAB guests with Maryknoll Lay Missioners pound out artimesea.
...watching the traditional dances of the Sukuma
people at the Bujora Sukuma Museum. (I know people think this is an
everyday thing in Africa-seeing traditional drummers and dancers- but I
assure you, it is not! This is a special treat because of our visitors.)
*Sorry, I'm a little behind with posting these. These pictures are all from the when we had guests from MKLM. Just catching up.
where our guests of Maryknoll Lay Missioners are staying while they are here for 2 weeks. They arrived today from America very jet-lagged, so they are taking a much needed 2 hr rest while I (the trip coordinator) gets to chill too.
In TZ you find yourself rushing to something
only end up just sitting waiting for things to happen. Or, even when
things are happening you're still just kinda sitting there. So in honor
of that, today I'm starting a new thing called "I'm just sitting here."
And I'll post a picture of whatever I'm looking at.
I'm just sitting here...at Uzima Center.
And here's one from the other day too.
I was just sitting there... as I tried to learn crocheting (poorly). These girls were really good!