Everything at the Joseph Waweru Home School is settling in for 2011. Benard, our high school graduate, is now working while he awaits the scores on his KCSE to consider further education, John is a Form 4, (senior) in high school and excited to consider this his last year, Langat is a Form 3, junior, in High School, Mbougua is a Sophomore, Form 2, David is a freshman, Form 1. Tell me where did all that time go? I remember bringing young boys into the home. The other boys are settled into their school for another year. The drought is deep as we all await the rains. The seed lies in the ground waiting. I thank all of you for your donations. We have had to purchase water four times at $69.00 for each truckload. This is an extra expense we do not usually have to expend as the rains fill the cistern. Food expenses are higher due to the drought. Thanks to you, we are able to settle in and wait for the drought to end. As I was told one time - "Rain is a blessing and God's blessings know no time." Thank you for helping us through this difficult time.
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