Cand- I have a hard enough time finding time to WRITE on this thing as the internet connection here isn't always reliable plus I'm kinda busy believe it or not! I will try posting some pictures in the next month or so though. I also need to start TAKING some pictures- I've only taken about 15 so far.
Krista- The darkness has been lessened by some extent now that I have a proper flashlight. I arrived here on the plane before my luggage arrived by road and that's where my flashlight was (Thanks Mr and Mrs Hanna!). Leah's flashlight barely works at all and made walking in the dark kinda harsh. Yesterday I forgot my key's to the house so I climbed in my window. I think that scares me more, how accessible our house is to robbers. So I sleep with it shut (don't worry mom!).
Thanks to you both for your prayers, and to all you others who I know are praying.
My schedule: I teach one grade 1 or 2 math class everyday, one on one math with a grade 5 student (at a grade 2ish level), reading groups, sunday school, swimming lessons, marking, bulletin boards, TA in science, games, and (the most laughable) embroidery lessons for 2 hours every Saturday! I had a quick 10 minute lesson this morning so its going to be really interesting. Leah teaches the grade 1 and 2s so I primarily am her TA but I also help out with Mr. Ronald's class which is grade 5-8.
Suzie- I haven't seen any "African" animals yet, other than ants, chameleons, gekos, more ants, mosquitoes, praying mantas, grasshoppers and yet more ants. You get the idea! Before I started on this trip I made one little rule: No animals allowed on my little ship, especially fat cats and monkeys!!
Mr. T- I have no defense only: prayer conquers all.
Well off to tea time, I'm STARVING!! Plus I get to play field hockey later on today and I need more energy. Oh- and supper tonight?! PIZZA!! I'm sooo pumped *Angelina's eyes get rounder and bigger in anticipation*.