Good greetings in 2011
Although thousands of our micro-farmers took a short break over Christmas, this is also when the real Heat and Burning Wind begins to hit Cape Town. 40 degree temperatures combined with hot wind are not uncommon and crops can shrivel in an hour if not properly watered. So watering of all the new seedlings for the new season has continued every day, and now its time for the farmers to intensify work to ensure ongoing abundance in the New Year.
I will post more reports in the next months, but if you have not already, please do google Abalimi on YouTube- you will find some lovely new and old video clips there, which really do tell our story so nicely.
Thank you thank you thank you , one and all, or your ongoing support !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. Donations continue to stream in, like life giving water onto fertile land.
Thank you also, dear Global Giving Team, for being a wonderful bridge between us and overseas friends!!!
All the very best and until the next report
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