After going to the cafe, we went to play soccer. I counted and there were about 60 village kids there. It was so cool. Every time I took a picture, the kids came flocking up to me. They wanted to Continue reading
This is normal to see every day. Women carry their small children on their back so that they can continue working. There’s no EBT over here, needless to say, so everyone finds something to do, no matter how menial.
This picture looks grainy, but it’s so cute because it shows how poor and humble people are here. He doesn’t have a bike that fits. So the little kids normally Continue reading
She grabbed my camera and snapped this picture. So cute.
One of my favorites pictures so far. Anita with our stupid dogs.
I spun Anita around with her on my back. The adults never play with the kids here. They love attention and playing with me.
I trusted Olivia with my camera! Eeek! Anita wanted a picture with me. This was only 8:30 in the morning and I had already been up for two hours. We didn’t go to church because of the rain. There is no sleeping in here.
And this is Anita, she is 11 years old and is the tomboy of the family. She is adorable however, and I love her. She makes for some good photos. Anita is posing in front of our courtyard doors. Behind her is Ava. Ava is my cousin and is 20years old. She just passed her exam that allows her to continue her education. It was a big deal with only a 45% pass rate.
This is my host family’s living room. I am holding my 7 year old sister Olivia. She’s not keen on smiling, but when I play guitar for her, her face lights up. I wish I could multitask and take a picture while I’m playing guitar to capture her face.