On Wednesday, Grant had business in Nakuru and asked if I'd like to ride along with him. Of course I did! We arrived at the security boom at the exit of the mine at 5.25am and our headlights picked up a group of very small school children waiting for the school bus. I was just too late to photograph them, but you can see by the photo below that it was still pitch dark. As Grant said, what time do these children and their parents get up in the morning to be in time for the bus?
Security guard opens the boom for us to leave the mine yesterday morning
Of course, the early bird, er, photographer, gets the good shots!
A while ago I posted about being ill with typhoid. I finally seem to be over the virus and getting back to normal. Only thing is, I've suddenly (for the first time in my life) developed a lower back pain. I phoned the doctor who assures me this has nothing to do with having enteric fever. His theory is that I'm normally very active but for the past three weeks have been resting so I may have developed muscular stiffness (and pain) because of this. The sister at the clinic prescribed mild analgesic tablets and a rub.
As a last resort to finally shake the whole illness episode off, as this post is aired this morning, I will be next door with Theresa. She has yoga dvd's and invited me to join her in an effort to gently ease myself back into activity. I firmly believe that I will be back to total normality very soon, Please God!
Hope you're all having a wonderful week.