Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Mattresses delivered

After sorting the bags we went to the hospital to start the projects there. The director was so pleased with the supplies we brought her. This project is officially a project that we are doing through the Mayors office, so we have Vlady working to make sure things are done as arranged, and he will disperse funds only as the project progresses...We have an agreement here with the Vise mayor... we will do the work, and he will wait until we are out of town before there is any press. We managed to get a very good deal from the contractor, so we have gone ahead and will be doing substantially more then we had originally planned.


When we were there we stoped in to see two of the newest babies .. It is heart breaking to see these kids and think that they have no family... I also looked around at the work ahead of us..and thought how many kids have come through these doors... so many people and organizations visit and support the orphanages and the seniors , but no one has seen what is behind those doors... no one helps, yet this is the place that the majority of the unwanted babies begin there long journey... don't get me started.... we just need to somehow make this right.....


From there we headed over to the storage container where we have been collecting up the mattresses from Aigoola... we met Laurisa there and loaded up to take a trip to the invalid home. We brought 30 mattresses this trip.


We Gave Dave and Genette a quick tour of the projects we have done there, and also saw the next room that they would like to do. It is a kitchen/dinning room... it definitely needs a lot of work... so we gave the go ahead and they will begin work tomorrow morning....


We then stopped in the village to visit all our friends there, as well as check up on Arofat... he was not home but lots were... we had a nice visit, and we will be heading back next Wednesday for a party.....

This next video is one of those little blessings that come along... one of the men from the invalid home is sharing from his heart....


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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well.......I've got to stop watching the blog at work, now I have a meeting with a customer and have to explain why my eyes are watered up and my nose is running..........and I shall tell them.

I too, am thankful that you are my brother,

Blessings

Dan:)

Anonymous said...

Oh no, it's Hurting nose syndrome time again -big time- says Grammy. Good to see familiar and much loved faces.