This is a story for every week of our life here in Africa. Even though I do have some friends who can speak English, it's hard to get a clear understanding sometimes. One example was it took 3 days to get a meeting because I didn't understand I needed to have another person present. So … Continue reading What did you say?
A video is worth a thousands words. So here is our story in video. https://youtu.be/7N05Ht0J5Kg Just for reference, today we learned the word for soap and giraffe. They have the same click sound and words just a different tone. Yikes!!! Clicks and tones.
A few weeks ago I shared how paperwork seems to dominate a missionaries life. At least paperwork related to the government in which they live. Well this week story gives you a sneak peek into the non glamarous side of what we do to work where we work. The typo had been fixed, we finally … Continue reading Story of the week: Que
It was a hot Saturday summer afternoon in Tsumkwe. There I was (Jeremy) visiting my friend and former neighbor Daqm. We were chillin under the shade tree. Then Daqm called to one of the kids to bring "the wheelbarrow" over. I was familiar with this wheelbarrow. In America this hole ridden rusty wheelbarrow would have … Continue reading Story of the week: Wheelbarrow
For those that live and work overseas, the common bond we have is paperwork. Government related paperwork seems to dominate alot of our energy. Whether its applying for an ID so you can purchase a vehicle, or immigration needs one more thing. At times it can be frustrating. Especially in Africa where often you go … Continue reading Miracle of the Month: Paperwork