What do days in the capital look like for us? A lot of catch up meetings with SIM and Ethiopian church leaders, fellowship with some other down country families (we schedule our capital trips together for this reason!), lots of bookkeeping catch up, food prep, kids playing with other families, getting on a faster internet connection! . . .
A couple evenings are always filled with food prep–bleaching, cutting, peeling, freezing fruits and veggies to take back down country.
Saturday evening worship with the other down country families. We also had our house church meeting at the guesthouse with about 40 people (counting the kids).
We carpooled with another family to send the kids to school by taxi with our old friend and driver, Haile. As long as there’s only one person in the front seat, you can pack out the back seat–and this car is TINY, the old Russian classic Lada.
At the guesthouse waiting for the taxi one morning.