Monday, January 26, 2015
|We met some nice families who finished|
walking and watched with us. Notice the
sleeping baby tied on the woman's back.
Friday, January 9, 2015
|Christmas Nativity performed by youth.|
|Ethiopia has their own calendar and time, they are actually in 2007|
and 7:00am in the U.S. is 1:00 am in Ethiopia.
So we celebrated Christmas again on January 7th. We had a great
time attending several different branch Christmas Parties.
|Fun games outside, even water balloons.|
|These young men from Sudan usually|
play basketball in the afternoons.
|We had Christmas Devotionals|
with some of the Elders.
Thursday, January 8, 2015
|We went to the Lion Zoo here in Addis.|
The males have black manes and we were
close enough to hear them growl and roar.
The best part was feeding time.
|The Egyptian Goose is actually a cross|
between a goose and a duck but check
out the eyes.
|Nice stripes at the Lion Zoo.|
|Luckily this one is a statue.|
|This monkey jumped on the|
table and ate my fries.
|We saw flocks of these scavenger birds|
on the way to Hawassa, they are very
|Women working in the field|
|Pyramids of Straw|
|This boy kept these 9 cattle turning in|
a circle with a stick and by holding
onto one of their tails. Men were
throwing grain under the hooves.They
were threshing tef out of the stalks.
|Tef is a tiny grain that is used to make|
enjera, the bread Ethiopians use to eat
their food with.