Archive for September, 2009

Home at last!

Tuesday, September 29th, 2009
Thank you so much to everyone that visited me and prayed for me while I was in hospital. Last Thursday I was admitted to Mombasa Hospital with a Rotator Cuff Tear, which means that somehow I tore tendons in my left shoulder and in the process broke off a piece of bone that was then floating around in my shoulder joint. I’m pleased to say the operation was a success, the tendons are repaired and the bone removed. I’m back home and resting but have to go for physiotherapy for the next 10 days and then have the stitches removed, but at least I’m able to use my arm now. The hospital staff were amazing and really looked after me, I think they were a little surprised at the amount of visitors I received, especially on Sunday. As you can see I had a room with a view, if you have to be sick it’s certainly a good place to be! Thanks once again Xx Glyn & Jane

Need a hair cut sir?

Thursday, September 24th, 2009
We have managed to set up another small business, the Swahili word “Kinyozi” means barbers. With the help of Second Chance in Sleaford we have set Joel up with a small kinyozi. He is now able to “shave heads” with his new Wahl Shaver. So far business is good, Joel charges 30p for an Adult and 20p for a Student. This is a great start and we know Joel will do well. Thanks Xx Glyn & Jane

New Term New Taps!

Saturday, September 12th, 2009
We have just started Term III of our academic year, this is a very important term as our students have only a few weeks before their National Exams, Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE). The good news is that we managed to finish installing our new automated fresh water drinking system. The tank holds 1,000 litres and fills automatically from our underground storage tank. Thanks for your continued support allowing us to improve the service we give. Xx Glyn & Jane