Saturday, August 21, 2010

Milk on tap

One luxury we're enjoying in Malawi is milk on tap.  Connie Dehnert introduced me to the milk store, jugs in hand, where they have a huge vat and will fill any container you bring-prices are per liter.  The young man behind us was waiting to have his coke bottle filled. Environmentally sound-and so good. On the other hand we're finding that staples from home are very pricey. I saw a bottle of bertoli olive oil for 45000 kwacha which is about 30 US dollars.

JJ had a good first week of school with his teacher,  Mr. Owen. He is from Zimbabwe and a natural with the kids.


I volunteered to take photos of the freshmen as they arrived for orientation yesterday. Pray for them as they transition to campus. They are thrilled to be at ABC.  Jonathan and I can't wait to work with these wonderful kids. J is currently the college chaplain and has a full course load. I'll teach freshmen music theory/ear-training next week and college choir begins the following week.

Thank you for your continued prayers, support and encouragement.

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful bright faces. May you have many good teaching moments! Always looking forward to hearing about their story and yours.