The day before T.J and I flew out of Zambia we ran errands in the capital city, Lusaka. One of the errands was trying to find a small package of white cornmeal that we could bring back to Jessica, my second daughter, since she misses the staple food in Zambia--nshima. We didn't find any packages small enough to carry in luggage but outside the grocery store was this notice. It made me chuckle. Can you see why?
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Living the Life
I'm an average girl--scared to death of creepy crawlies--who somehow ended up in the bush of Africa, building and running an orphanage. I now have 28 foster kids. In addition, I have a wonderfully adventurous husband and six kids. Due to the crazy passage of time, only one is left with me and five are working and/or in college in the U.S. Life is crazy, exciting, often scary and never, ever boring.