Just some day to day views
When we passed out quilts to the kids the nannies said we're cold at night too but the quilting sisters weren't able to give all the nannies a quilt like we did the children.
I wanted to encourage the workers who lovingly care for the children so I bought bought some traditional Ethiopian scarfs
It's always a blessing to give and it's always a blessing to serve and I thought it was fun to give the nannies who served a little encouragement.
I told them that I could not keep them warm but I could warm their hearts may God continue to bless all those who serve children.
VMM-161 the first
US Marine Corp visitors at the clubhouse Ocotillowells. 10/19/2016
Ready for the trails.
There are more motorcycles and quads not pictured.
The side by side is only avaliable with guided tours.
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The men in this picture are part of the deaf ministry in Addis Ababa Ethiopia.
The hope is to help these men to get some seed money to buy concrete and sand. They will make blocks and sell blocks as a sustainable means of income.
Humble men, with faith that God will provide.
For info 619-850-5230
Thank You Ann Drake!!! You are both loved and Famous.
When Ann said she was going to Ethiopia I said I want to go! so we bought tickets together and went September 3-16 2016
Ann and her friends brought 280 hand made quilts collected from all around the USA. They planned to give them to needy kids. And we did just that.
I had no real plans of what i would do in Ethiopia on my visit. But i knew that i was going yo Sele Enat Orphanage for the first time with my brother Abayneh. Ann said we have quilts to give. How many kids are at Sele Enat? 70 kids
Great she and her group gave every child there own quilted blanket.
How beautiful are the hands of God that bring good news and show love.
I am most humbled that i could be used to help in warming the mind body and soul of all involved.
I am the most proud of the picture where the kids in the cribs are all tucked under the blankets. If you notice before they had the quilts they slept in there cloths to stay warm.