My weekend started on Friday morning when I received a whole batch of beautiful photos of our beautiful one-year-old grandson, Joel. Remember the plastic folders in a binder called Granny's Brag Book? Well, here follows a stack of photos just like I would show you if I used an old-fashioned brag book!
My mommy teaching me my name. I love the kisses too!
My (Jo's) baby with his baby
Amanda's mom's baby with her baby! I wonder what's with the spanner?
Joel's first birthday
Driving my daddy's car is fun!
All above photos by Angus and Amanda Hedges
Back in our beautiful valley in Western Kenya, Grant and I watched the full moon rising over the camp on Friday night. He kept saying it looks like the sun rising!
My first full moon over East Africa
There are three South African men on camp so it went without saying that they'd to watch the first weekend of the 21-week international rugby series SuperRugby together. Sue arranged a braai (BBQ) and salads which Wheatcliffe and Caro served at the guest house and we all enjoyed the evening together. Jacko and Kurmar are from India but they watched the games along with the crazy South Africans, although I think they'd have preferred to watch the World Cup Cricket being televised at the moment as well!
Three South African men, with Jacko, from India the middle, watching the Super Rugby match on the television. The women chat in the other corner!
As you can see by the heading of this post, "city" features in my weekend. Four of us came to Nairobi on Sunday afternoon. The men have meetings and other business to attend to; Sue and I are off to the shops to replenish certain items for the houses on camp. We also want to look for interesting [read: "fun"] learning aids for the little school in the valley.
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