Class 8 at Kiambogo Primary School

kiambogo

We arrived and within minutes most of our team had axes and were intrenched in removing the concrete floor from the classroom. The plan was to remove the old flooring, to pour concrete and then lay tile. We were there to assist a group of local men ~ we were there to connect and bless this little school in Kijabe.

Tom

While most of the team were busy tending to the job at hand a few of us were drawn elsewhere. I couldn’t help it ~ I couldn’t resist their smiles, laughter and beautiful nature. It was break and they were playing outside ~ all very curious of the visitors.

drawn elsewhere

I asked their names and they started writing them on my hand ~ Grace, Nancy, Mercy, Susan.  Such beautiful girls, all the same age as Abigail.

hand names

As the week progressed so did the classroom renovation and our connection with the kids. We became friends with the local workers, fine tuned our jump roping skills and shared an experience that will forever be close to my heart.

workjump roping

On Friday, we were blessed to be given the opportunity to share Love Rocks with the students. After sharing the Love Rock story and the love and joy of Anna and Abigail, we passed out small pieces of the concrete floor from class 8 and watched as they, all while asking questions about Anna and Abigail, made Love Rocks. At one point I was very overcome with emotion. I couldn’t believe I was in Africa sharing the Love and Joy of my girls.

love rocks k

The students really connected with the project and we decided that we would share the Love Rocks with their local church that Sunday. It was a perfect way to celebrate the local school, the work that was being done and to share the love and joy of my girls with this beautiful village.

church love rocks

I feel there were so many blessings that came from our time at Kiambogo. We went thinking we were going to be blessing them, we left being the ones that were blessed.

tile floor

perfect

10 thoughts on “Class 8 at Kiambogo Primary School

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  2. Words cannot describe how special and wonderful these photos are. God must surely be very pleased with you Susan and Tom- He is pouring down the Holy Spirit into your lives giving you strength and peace and love to share with Kenya’s beautiful children in memory of your precious girls. You couldn’t give them a better gift than love rocks!

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  4. Susan you are an absolute light in the darkness, an inspiration to so many including me- every day I pray for you friend! I am so blessed and lucky to read about your journey! I pray that God would give you such comfort and joy in the midst of it! I love you sweet friend!

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  5. Such a beautiful story!!! I see the love and joy in the eyes of all who are touched by love rocks. I feel blessed to know you and your beautiful family.

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