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... have the Kingdom of God logo printed, we also got bookmarks and stickers done for the bible school and grocery shopping for Christianberg orphans as well as dropping off the food to them in Clarmont. By 12.30 I was dropped back at the hall and went across to Spar to buy some much needed lunch. We had a 3pm planning meeting with the volunteers to work out what was happening this week. Crissie and I then went to Clarmont township to drop off a pram, baby clothes, nappy's ...
Today I was thrown into the deep end. Crissie picked us up from the hall and told me I was driving to Lamontville, so without hesitation I jumped in the drivers seat and told everyone they had to wear their seat belts when I was driving! We drove half hour to Lamontville School to do another class of brain gym. And again I was thrown into the deep end and ran the class of 40 kids around the age of 5. We sang a welcome song which goes 1, 2, 3, ...
... ending on the 4:09pm. when the midwives arrived I was told i was 9cm dilated, so we looked into what the biblical symbology for the number 9 is and it turns out it means "finality" and "completion" if that doesnt sum up this perfect child and the perfect end to a perfect pregnancy and an amazing 9 months i dont know what does!!
Now i have the beautiful journey ahead of getting to know this new little man in my life and watch him grow and be part of my little family.
... We hope to have a grand opening in a couple of weeks but while Norm was here we organised a breakfast at the new hall for all COPT volunteers.
We packed everything up and headed early to start the braii. As we drove up, the local children came running out to greet us and help carry our things inside, it was at this moment I realised we had organised nothing for the children. Nothing. No food, no craft, no lesson, nothing. I explained this to the others and as Rick pointed ...
... br> sweet potatoes and fries as sides. It was way more food than I could
eat. Even with the 500ml beer and his lemonade, we only paid 160 rand
($30 after tip). We walked back the RIGHT way and hung out in the room. I
went to bed before the girls got back.
11/26 - Durban/Jo-burg/ATL/home
up fairly early and went to Mugg & Bean again. I checked my flight
and email, then we hit the casino again since I didn't have much time