Ryan and I are busy with our day to day routine here, in our winter season that makes it strange to see all the end-of-summer related posts by friends on Facebook!. It’s a mild winter, but still sweater weather. For … Continue reading Coming Soon to a city near you!
I’ve learned how to cook new recipes with over 50% substituted ingredients. How to bargain (kind of, still not very good at it). How to make my own yogurt in the crockpot (the failed attempts were super gross). To change … Continue reading Things I’ve Learned in Kenya, part 2
As we were working on getting things going for fundraising, we got to looking at the numbers from last year. Overall, we had in the ballpark of 100 families/individuals across 10 states and multiple countries outside of the US that … Continue reading Thank You to Our Supporters
This was my first week back in the clinic and hospital since my enforced break between work permits. Even with working this weekend and being busy already, it is good to be back! I’ve really missed teaching, seeing familiar patients … Continue reading Back in the Saddle
One of the things I’ve noticed being different in Kenya is that speaking about bad news or bad outcomes out loud is a very serious thing here. Many people have explained to me that they don’t want to talk about … Continue reading The Ultimate Good News!
Ryan and I are settling all our plans for our visit back to the States this year in October, and leading up to that we plan to start our fundraising online. Many of you following along what we do have … Continue reading Guess what?
Ryan and I are back in Kenya, after a pleasant enforced vacation. We spent most of our time in Slovenia, a gorgeous part of Europe that wasn’t too crowded or expensive, filling up on fresh air and good food. Haley … Continue reading Back from mandatory vacation
Because of our immigration issues, Ryan and I are leaving Kenya for a little over a week to Europe. We will resume posting when we get back, and hopefully have updates in the next few weeks. On a happier note, … Continue reading Out of office but see you soon
The other day I was working in our family medicine clinic with a training Clinical Officer who also helps me when I get stuck in Kiswahili, when I met the nicest, soft-spoken, most dignified older man. He had come in … Continue reading When the hanger strikes