Protea Hotel Edward Durban
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... we promised to paint theirs this week. With a bible theme of course! So we decided on "Jesus washed the Disciples feet" After the story Sonya took each child and painted one of their feet (With her hand unfortunately as I had forgotten a paintbrush) and they then made a foot print for they craft activity. Following this they would come to me and i would "wash their feet" as Jesus did in our story. 18 feet later, I can admit it was a VERY humbling ...
... of the week, I arrived in Durban on Friday night and the embassy was closed over the weekend and I only wanted to spend a day or two in Durban.
I was thinking in three directions:
- Try to go to Mozambique w/ the English girls and get a visa at the border (maybe?)
- Go to Lesotho with Lucas
- Head down the South African Coast using public transportation or Baz Bus
D day for Sarah and D day for us - it is really hard to go home - a month sounds like such a long time - and then turn out to be so super short - mommy's do not part well from their off spring - never!Early morning Kev and Sarah go for their visit to the skin specialist. Sarah is very excited and feels this guy is going to help her. They enjoyed the experience and tell us about the fancy reception area.I ...
... through Kibera to the school, accompanied by two security guards with AK47s ... The last time I was there, Robert and I just walked through the slum each time and it had such a wonderful feeling - almost village-like. But this time that wasn't possible and we could only enter the slum under these conditions. I found it very difficult to be separated from the community in that way and to drive through protected by guns. Very unpleasant. But as soon as we got to ...
... and the challenges that I was coming up against he looked at me and said, "be brave, Maia, be brave." And he is right. This isn't easy. There are layers upon layers of complexity that must be navigated through, but the only way to start navigating is to jump aboard the ship. And I felt like I was continuously choosing NOT to make that leap.
Two things happened for me during that week at Bill and Margie's and the result was not only the dissipation of the ...