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... in some negative way. The other part has the child acknowledge the positive aspects of life and instill a positive future. Along this path we also teach coping strategies :) Now this is impossible to actually do in one session but talking through the circle diagram and having them draw on it is an interactive way to gauge where the child is at emotionally and learn more about their life.
Today was the first time going through it with a boy who is 9 and was physically abused by ...
... lost Brian and Eva at the Transit Stop as they got off and headed in before we knew it was not our stop. We got to the Immigration stop and I asked the person there what we should do and he said "they will be assisted here." And sure enough, they came in with the next bus. Meanwhile our 4 jailbirds were pulled together again as the border guard at the Tanzanian border had not updated their visas in their passports so there ...
... about 7pm, still with more than three hours to spare before departure. Some of us went to Java House for some dinner, while the others stayed at the gate to wait.
Two flights to get us home. The first eight hour flight is to Amsterdam, the second gets us home to Detroit. We are about an hour away from landing in Michigan and I’m very excited!!! I didn't dwell on the dangers of what was happening around us in Kenya because I didn't want people at home to ...
Tonight, we are blogging and napping as usual as Mary prepares us our next Kenyan dinner. We should be going to bed somewhat early tonight as we leave early tomorrow for SAFARI!!! Can't wait, as this is the highlight of the trip for us!
Thank you so much for keeping up with us and for the emails and Facebook messages too! It's so nice to know we are getting prayers from all over the world as we work here in Kenya!
... br> Our driver called a mechanic to come and replace the tie-rod and axle half, which he repaired outside on the dirt road in front of the building. I was pretty impressed that he was able to fix the damage in about 2 hours with just a few hand tools and without a jack. We will be going to the Tagoni hospital tomorrow, so hopefully we don’t have any more unwanted adventures. I hope you are all doing well and I will talk to you tomorrow. Matt. P.S. more pictures to ...