Monday, March 26, 2012
Pictures of Luanda
I realize that the families of our missionaries love to see pictures of what your sons see everyday. This woman is sitting on a main street with her little grill cooking up some bananas. They look and smell delicious, but they never have tools to turn the bananas, they always use their hands. We repeatedly tell the missionaries never to buy food on the streets or they will be sorry. Education here is not free. People have to pay, but you still see a lot of children and young people heading to school with their backpacks or white lab coats that they wear once they get to the school ground. The typical path to the homes in the bairros are dusty and uneven. There are always people milling about and children playing. The noises and smells will forever be etched into our minds and hearts.
Posted by Sister Walton at 9:34 AM