The house that we are renting in Lusaka has just recently been renovated.
It is a lovely home and we are so thankful for this place!
Everyone is feeling a little bit spoiled here.
|The book worm and her dog!|
|Lilly working on curtains in the bathroom.|
|Meghan taking stickers off the new fixtures.|
|Hanging up some curtains.|
|Goofing off :)|
|Putting up my curtains (thank you honey) that I made from capulanas (wrap skirts) years ago.|
Haven't seen them in a while. I love that sweet memory from Mozambique.
|Look at my beautiful kitchen!|
It is tiny, but brand-new. I love it!
|My two artist got busy with chalk on the back patio.|
|Trying on her new equestrian attire that we bought a few months ago in South Africa.|
And yes.....we have a fire place....and yes....it gets into the 40s here in Lusaka.
|During on of our trips over to the house, the dogs stayed back at the guest house in our apartment there.|
This is where we found Ode when we returned!
|Bringing the animals was such a hassle, but we know that it was wort it for our girls.|
|We got our first package from the states (thanks Grandma!) and no one at the post office opened it |
and it cost us nothing.
Yes....we are getting spoiled!
|Look at those beautiful girls! They have come so far and are my heart.|
|We splurged and went to Mugg & Bean that week.|
A cookie for me and milkshakes and frappes for the girls.
(Notice how we are dressed.....it is cool here!)
|We were thrilled to celebrate this guy.|
Happy Father's Day!
It is not easy living with this many women. The gray hair proves it!
But, after the first girl was born he was rooting for as many girls as God would give him.
He loves us so deeply!
|Yep! We are home!|