Recently we ventured out with the Kasupe Rural Health Committee to visit and bring food and blankets to some desperately needing homes. Along the way, the mechanical genius that I am, killed the battery. So we had to push start it (something I have never accomplished in this lifetime). So we had 5 elderly Zambia ladies on the committee and two of our visiting team ladies (Alisha and Esther) push the beast of a cruiser. And on the third try we did it! I'll never forget the day I made 5 old ladies push a land cruiser.
Victory is sweet!
Carrying meali meal on my head...the old women took it from me cause they said it was too heavy for me and put it on their head instead
This past week I said goodbye to my good friends Stephanie (my roommate) and Susan. They have moved 6 hours south to Sinazongwe to do medical ministry with an organization called MVI. It's hard to see them go but I'm excited for them and this new opportunity!
So I've got room for one more in the hut now along with me and the rats on the bathroom ceiling...any takers! Until then I have crazy solitaire parties and try to figure out the rubics cube.