The mango tree is laden with mangoes. Can hardly wait for Dec. when they will be ripe.
Some workers the other morning across the road from our place.
3 meters x 15 meters, they will hoe up the grass and get paid 1000RWF. It will likely take them 5 hrs.
It was finished by the time we got home.
Esther's baby dress.
Okay so in the lettuce row was a radish. We didn't know it till I checked it. It looked a bit weird, and after pulling it out and tasting it - yep, it's a radish. Biggest one we've ever grown! It must have been in with the lettuce seeds as we didn't have a package of radish seeds.
Sliced up and served with our candle lit dinner last night.
The pieces were as big as the top of a coffee mug!
"Alphonsine, you won't like it." "Yes, mommy, peelee, peelee."
But we found her piece, with two bites taken out, hidden under a bowl!!
Grasshopper season! How they get in I'm not sure.
But they do, and we catch them, put them in a jar,
and I fed them to the chickens in the morning!
That was a good feast for them. We caught about 12 or so.
Three skirts are finished today!
They are doing a great job. It is so nice to see their good work.