We are the clay, you are the potter; we are all the work of your hand. ~Isaiah 64:8

Sunday, March 15, 2009

We are back in Accra. Here we are having dinner en suite. Notice the bed-baricade to the left of L. This is so she won't roll off the bed in the middle of the night. In Coconut Grove we had a small crib, but here we have to do it the make-shift way.
Talked with the kids (HI KIDS!) and Erik...and my Mom - today is her birthday. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MOM! (Send her an email or leave a comment and help me wish her a happy day.)

L's keeping herself entertained while I finish unpacking and getting the room situated. See that pretty blue batik fabric? That is my new and favorite baby wrap! I've had a request for a tutorial...I'll do that when I get home. :)

Thought you might get a laugh out of my laundry room here in Ghana. Have I mentioned I can't wait to get home to my washer and dryer? :) When we arrived, we had water (this is never a sure thing here), so I decided to make good use of it and get my laundry done and a bath. Oh, I feel so much better - clean clothes and clean me!
Tomorrow morning we expect a return embassy visit to finish our interview process. I'll update the blog (as long as the internet cooperates) as soon as we get home.


Catherine said...

I so enjoy your updates! I pray that all goes smoothly with the Embassy and that you will be able to come home soon to unite your new family of five.
Catherine in MD (Classed)

Masiek said...

1. Happy Birthday to Kerry's Mom!!!

2. I can't wait for the tutorial!!

3. I am glad to know there is wine in Ghana!!

Catherine said...

Whoops! I meant a "family of six". I am so sorry for yet another delay and I will be praying! I'll let Classed know, too.