Posts Tagged ‘lake malawi’

Winding Down In Lilongwe

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

We have a bunch of painting to finish tomorrow, our last full day here at Partners in Hope.  But the BIG project is done. We were to paint a peaceful African scene in the Education Room. It is where newly diagnosed AIDS patients come to learn how to live with the virus. So it is a fearful and stressful time for them.

Our goal was to give them some tranquility. The painting was massive and there are lots of landmarks represented:  Mt.Mulanje, Zomba Plateau, Lake Malawi, Liwonde game preserve, tea plantations, and Psalm. 121:1-2

We are thrilled that on Friday morning they want to dedicate all our work during their morning devotion service.  They want to talk about the efforts and then for us to give them all a tour. That’s quite an honor we don’t take lightly. It has been an amazing blessing to US!

Ending My Friday

Friday, August 27th, 2010

Finally got to work on some murals today but paint availability is still an issue.  Hope all is well there, things are unusual here but so far, so good.

We will be going to  Lake Malawi tomorrow which is about 1 1/2 hours away.  It is 365 miles long and 50 miles wide and it looks like an ocean, I hear.

Love and miss you.  I would say wish you were here, but I wouldn’t do that to you.