The hustle and bustle of the airport is an experience in itself, especially after traveling for 24 hours plus.
On Saturday, March 9th, there was some orientation to the guesthouse where we were staying, unloading suitcases, sorting crafts, and planning our weeks ahead. And of course, preparing food and eating together.
On Wednesday, March 12th , it was Decoration Day where family graves were
cleaned up and decorated and loved ones remembered. We took the time
to visit the grave of a missionary that had died while working at Ricks Institute,
Then we continued preparations to head up country to Phebe to visit the
Rehabilitation Center and a trek to Coopertown.
On Monday, the 18th, we were ready for our
last teaching session at Effort Baptist Church.
But first on Monday morning was our
shopping on Benson street for fabric and
Tuesday afternoon, we had a chance to go by our office to show it to everyone. Matthew
was such a great help throughout this entire trip. We also had a chance to visit with
On Wednesday, the 20th, it was time to go! We finished packing and headed into the city. After we dropped off our luggage at Brussels Airline city check-in, we headed to the Ministry of Health to give them feedback on our trip. We taught over 150 women and girls during our stay. They were so excited and extended an invitation to come back again and teach many of the teachers from the schools in Monrovia to keep the information being passed on.