Saturday, March 14, 2009


Well we have moved from our place in KaIach a to Nairobi. This is not what we anticipated, but we believe it is what God has for us now.

In KaIach a we learned many things, had great times and trying times too. (Steve learns to wear the local "man skirt" called kalumpa)

The vastness of the ChaIbi desert was striking.

The nothingness begins just outside of the village.

And Seems to extend forever

at times the salt is so thick you might think it was snow if not for the 120 degree heat.

Ezekiel's face shows his discontent at having a towel keep his head from bouncing.

Ezekiel happy to be united with Ako (Grandmother)

Ako teaching us how to carry Umuro (Ezekiel) on her back

Our bed after a week and a half. We removed the pillows to show the dust.


Sarah Simmons said...

Wow, the dust is amazing! Hope you will have a little less in Nairobi. Hope that they wear man-skirts there too. It would be a shame for you to have to give those up.

Philip said...

Thanks for the great pictures. Brings back memories, of course. Good to hear from you guys...

Meghan Baird said...

Hey Angie and Steve! I heard that you guys were back in NBI! The last time I'd checked your blog was when Zeke broke his arm. Pole sana, but praise God it's all healed up! You all look amazing and healthy, and I can't believe that lil baby in your belly (Angie) at ABO is so big already. Wow!
I'll be in NBI off-and-on in late May to mid-June if y'all are around, I'd love to catch up! My tele # is 0716632367. Much love! <3 Megh

Charmyn said...

Yay! You updated your blog!!!
Hope all is well! Little Umuro must be so big by now! I bet you miss your man skirt! :)
have a great day!