When I was a little girl ever summer held a huge adventure of sneakily finding kittens when good ol' Molly came to the dish skinnier than she had been. Then, sometime between then and now we had a "dry spell" in the cat area and hardly had any cute fluffy little buddies. However, the cat population has been on the rise around here again! The only difference from those sweet memories of finding kittens in the hayloft is that now our cats seem to have missed the part of motherhood class where their told to hide their babies from the little human girls and move them if we play with them too much... This summer we've had 6 mother cats pool their babies in the dog house! They don't seem to care who plays with them or even which kittens they feed, it's just one big happy family!
Monday, July 16, 2012
As you probably saw on my posts when I got home, I got my hair braided again right before I left Cameroon. I didn't post the pictures then because I was keeping it a surprise for everyone at home here :) so here's the pictures of the process of the braiding, as well as the removal!
It takes around 8 hours to "plat"!
Christian was such a wonderful friend!!
It was fun to have in, but had to come out, so I recruited some help! :)
Even with all four of us working... it still took almost 3 hours to un-braid!! ... official count = 166 braids!
I was a little "PUFFY" when we were done!
And with hair like this, who can resist doing a "cousin it" !!! Brings back great memories of my cousin Michelle :)
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Sunday, July 15, 2012
A picture I stole from Mindy, of Jody... it's just so typical, sweet, and beautiful, I had to share. She's one of the hardest workers I know with a heart so big it makes mine melt quite often. She's a girl like no other and I couldn't possibly be more proud to call her my sister. I Love her SO MUCH! <3
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Saturday, July 14, 2012
Friday, July 13, 2012
This picture is especially for Vickie :) This is Dina, the sweet little girl in Buea who received the dress that you (Vickie) made and sent over. She was a very worthy recipient of the very much appreciated gift. She came by quite often, while selling her puff puff after school. Her clothes were always tattered and torn, and you can see the smile this new dress put on her face :) Thank you so much Vickie, from Dina and I.
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