We jumped right in this morning and started videotaping some testimonies.
We have about 12 on tape now, with 7 or 8 more to go next week. We'll also go back and get some more stories from the guys once we see where we need more content or to flesh out something we liked but want more of the story.
Tomorrow we go with Tom and Linda Clinton of First Love International to see the work being done on their girls' home in Karen, and also out to the Kibera Slum to video some of the orphan children they work with there.
We had fried chicken and french fries tonight for dinner. We have told the cook twice that we are happy to eat what he is serving the students (beans - lentils? - and rice tonight) - even that we'd prefer it. But they want to treat us special as guests. Hopefully we'll get to enjoy some ethnic food over the next several days. But we appreciate what they are doing for us.
I gave Moriah my Digital Rebel to use today, and she quickly filled the compact Flash card with 163 photos, including the two above. Here are a couple more for you to enjoy. Click on any picture to go to the Flickr page and see them larger if you want.
A white flower on a black background:
This puppy is quite cute:
Moriah is turning into quite the photographer, and really loves shooting with a DSLR over a point and shoot.