Yes, rainy season has arrived in Timu. The sky has daily been full of clouds (see below). Terrill's new camera is catching them in a more artistic way than ever before. Thankfully, the rain and sun are alternating so we can both catch water for household use...and dry the laundry.
Life in Timu is continuing post-visitors. We never know what kind of pieces we'll have to pick up as the girls get attached to people, and then those people leave. But, it seems like they are adapting to our way of life and realizing that it's not a permanent separation when someone leaves.
Friends come nearly every day. We like the fact that the girls must practice their Ik language when kids are around. And, it's fun to serve the kids lunch and introduce them to new foods.
We stopped to let this chameleon in the road pass by.
Upon returning from our three weeks away, patients started lining up outside my gate. They really have so little access to healthcare.
The event of the week, though, was when our girl turned five years old. Lemu Immaculate is growing up. It's hard to believe we got her at 2 yrs, 11 months.