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Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth
... to apply for free Bibles. I applied for 25 Bibles and was so blessed to find out we were given the grant!
It was such a pleasure to deliver the books to the SCO on Monday. Since exams were going on, only the Chair Committee was outside meeting under the tree. I was informed that right now they have 10 members but this Friday they are hosting an invitation/conference for all students who may be interested. When new members join and show they are really interested ...
... s called in “Army Samie” (prounounced Ahmie).
-They don’t have racquetball, but instead have squash.
-In high school girls are required to play net ball (like basketball) or hockey (field hockey that is; there is no ice hockey here).
-Swimsuits are called costumes.
-Coupons are called vouchers.
-Sheets are not used on beds. Just a comforter with a slip over it that is washed each week and then a bottom sheet.
... better out of necessity because none of the sexy stuff fits me.
Picked up Mark from the airport. I got my replacement lock for my suitcase from the airline that took it. Quick stop home and off to Spur for dinner. Jeez steak again…twist my arm why don’t you? LOL. This time I had a peppamelt. Just as good for me as the cheddamelt.
Went straight to bed as tomorrow will be another exciting ...
... take in the activity. Although I don’t have a chance to do that often as the Circulation Desk always has a student in front with a book in hand! We have checked out over 250 books by now and our number of books in circulation rises each day.
We have also been sticking firmly to our policy that late or damaged books warrant a fine. Educators and the Principal are pleasantly surprised to find that we do collect fines and keep a record of them. They say students need ...
... and informed the teacher.
The rest of the day I graded math assignments but still could not get off my mind what had happened. The severity of the event wore on me. What if this student would have poked someone with it? What if the diabetic who owned the insulin pen had AIDS? It also made me realize the dangerousness of having garbage all strewn over the townships. A child would never have access to an insulin pen if it was properly disposed ...