I cut a few slices of the banana bread and the carrot and apple loaf, buttered it, and placed it on a plate. I added three tiny rosebuds and a small fern and took this all to Sharda. She has been ill with a chest complaint and was taken to Nairobi to consult a specialist. She returned on Friday so I thought it appropriate I visit her on Saturday. The medication is taking effect and she is on the mend.
Sharda's house is two doors from mine down this lane. Doesn't it look enchanting?
I photographed this monkey from inside my house. His mother was sitting to the right and would have grabbed her baby up and disappeared over the wall if she'd seen me
On Sunday morning Grant and I went out birding. We saw many and I photographed many which I will post about this week. Driving through the village on our way back to the camp, I spotted a cat sitting on an open area under the trees. Grant stopped so that I could take photos. By the regal attitude and almost disdainful expression on this cat's face, you'd think it was royalty. Yet it's just another feral cat, fending for itself
Last week our outdoor furniture arrived. Grant invited Nico, Sue and Johan for lunch on Sunday which, of course, was a braai. (BBQ)
To see what other people did over the weekend, click here. Thanks to Gattina from Writer Cramps for hosting this fun meme.