Today we both went to the office to clear up some very problematic former projects. The Tuttle’s will be grateful to us if we can solve the problems and finish up the old projects. Jim, playing the contractor again, will be in full gear for the next few days figuring out what we really still owe our contractor and old friend Ajay. Some of it is good and some not so good, but Jim will figure it all out and meet with Ajay. We’ll be here a few days and I am happy about that. I do hate packing and unpacking! Elder Tuttle took us shopping for some groceries and we’ve been working at the flat while they finished up at the office. I fixed them dinner since we were home all afternoon, but they brought the dessert.
Sarah Amanda, our ‘adopted’ Kenyan daughter, visited us on Monday. She is now living in Mombasa and enjoying making a living selling clothes for profit that she acquires in Uganda, and booking travel to the Masai Mara and other places. She is a single mom to her son named Jimmy, named after you-know-who.
|This is a stack of books and folders that Jim has to go through to properly close out several water projects. He's got his work cut out for him!|