Alice first term at Chudleigh House school here in Lusaka, Zambia is soon coming to an end. They have their last day tomorrow. I am impressed of Alice and the way she has handled the transition into a whole new environment. School is very different here and has been good for her in many ways but there is also a lot of things that is a challenge. English is not one of them, she is now fluent in English and does well on the tests. Yes, tests, they have tests and grades already which is one of the big differences. She doesn’t seem to think so much about it though. She just does them and is happy when she comes home with 100 procent.
Otherwise we are in a period of waiting. Mayani is waiting for a start day on a job he got offered but he doesn’t want to believe it until he finally starts. Me I am waiting for him to start working and to get some projects of my own. Have decided to continue with studying again and feel like it will give me alot if opportunities here in Zambia. Want to finish a Master in public health this time. 🙂 While waiting we are trying to not spend money and spend alot of time with friends and family. Not bad either!
Here we are eating dinner with friends and extended family. Not seldom we are this many at the table.
Polished concrete floors are dangerous for the kids. Mayani has told the maid (yes we have a maid now) to stop polishing them.
Enjoying a cappuccino at Levy Junction mall.
Sylvia and the Bee outside the mall.
Construction of a new road going on in our area. They are soon done. August is a very dusty month. There was once a Zambian lady that told me to not go places because if the dust and I found her very silly, now I am starting to grasp where those comments came from.
Happy kids going to buy bubble gum! Florence, Sylvia, Alice and Moses. Cousins and the constant noises in this home and in my head!
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