I love my home. I love being here and knowing I'm safe and sound. Spent the night in Nakuru since I wouldn't drive home close to nightfall here. Not for a two-and-a-half-hour trip through the mountains on my own, at least. Then I went to the Safaricom (cell phone) office to enquire about switching to a billed system with my phone. I found out yesterday that there is indeed a system where you don't have to top up your phone constantly, but simply be billed for the calls you make. And it's even cheaper than the prepaid service! Turns out that I can't sign up for that service until I have my Kenya tax number, which I'm told I'll have early September.
Anyway, I'm home. But I'm leaving again later today. There's a worship team from Christian Assembly at Kipkaren. Tonight, they're having a musical celebration of sorts. Tomorrow, they're having another big AIDS campaign. I'll be there to take pictures. On Saturday, I'll be at our alcohol rehab graduation. Somewhere in between I'm trying to put together a newsletter about the past 2 months' events.