Here are some of the precious moments from the first days in our new house.
Seeing how hard my hubby works to take care of our family – Danny came ahead of us to get a generator and water pump set up in our house. We still can’t get the water pump to work, but every day Danny faithfully pulls up water for us. He’s been working hard lately showing our team around town.
Seeing our girls make this house their home – The girls have been very comfortable here. Sophia enjoys finding spoons and bowls from the kitchen to play with and Eliana loves to help set the table. Eliana runs around the house calling Sophia, who comes crawling after her.
Reconnecting with old friends and meeting new ones – Our friend Charles lives in Huambo now with his new wife, Helena. They hosted Danny for the first week and have been such a big help getting us set up. They’ve also introduced us to their friends and family, so we know a lot of people already!
Fresh veggies from the local market – Charles showed us a market that is only a 15 minute walk from our house. We were so happy to find cheap prices on fresh produce after the outrageous ones we paid in Luanda.
Cooking in my new kitchen – We have a bright, spacious kitchen and Danny had a nice new stove all set up when I arrived. Cooking food for my family definitely gives me warm fuzzies.
Our whole team arrives! The Meyers arrived in Huambo Sunday afternoon after waiting on Robert’s visa and buying a car. Nathan has moved into an apartment, but the rest of us are all living in this house together. We had a big celebration dinner of fajitas and mint brownies, then a time to praise God together.