Wednesday, June 21, 2017

#rwanderful: Day 10

Guys... I am so exhausted. This will be a day in the life through pictures.

This was the first thing we saw as we pulled up to the first school this morning...this is a primary school. HIV and AIDS are issues in this part of the world, so it makes sense.

We talked about HIV and malaria in the class I was in.

Kids take naps in all classrooms.

Gremain was telling me all about her class and I was able to help her with some math that she was confused on.

When we switched to a secondary school, I got to watch a geometry lesson. LOVE.

A girl walked into this class late, hits me on the arm and says HEY. She was super disruptive and just copied everything off the board. I loved her. My heart is for students who are ridiculous and goofy and need some love, boundaries, and guidance. She reminded me of my kids in the US and I am refreshed and remember why I love them so much. Even on the hard days.

Amanda and I were twinning today.

Clearly we were upset.

Then we went shopping and stopped at the art gallery. It's one of my favorite places in Kigali because it's so interesting and you get to meet all the artists. I enjoy seeing all the art and how interesting the process is for them as they create.

I spent the rest of my exchanged money here and needed to exchange some more. Oops.

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