Thursday, February 01, 2007

4 More Days

Muli Bwangi,

You guys probably all know what that means, because I have already said it in one of my blogs. How are you? Everything has been going great here in Malawi. When we went into Zambia, it was just flooded like crazy. We were there for two days. And it was hard to see all these homes flooded. We saw some kids playing in the water and then they would put their hands in their mouths. Cause they don't know what is happening to that water so that is how diseases are spreaded. I feel bad for everybody in Malawi and Zambia. We have been giving to most of the communities 5 bags of maize, 1 bag of rice and sugar, salt and oil. These are some of the foods that they need to live. It is really nice to be here and help many of the villages. We have just enjoyed it very very much. But it is also very heartbreakening with the poorness that is here. I will talk more another day. Tomorrow we set off to Blantyre for 2 nights for our last opportunity to help people. I'll talk more when I get back to Canada.
Bye Bye.
God Bless you, Jaako

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey Jaako,
How is it in malawi?
Is it really hot over there?
How much bags of hope have ou handed out?

Anonymous said...

Hey Jaa,
This is your classmate Kylee speaking.
How is malawi over there?
I love your slide show it was amazing!
Your song was so touching
Your classmate,
Kylee

Anonymous said...

Hey Jaako,
This is your classmate Kylee speaking.
How is malawi over there?
I love your slide show!
I also love the song it was really touching!
Yor classmate,
Kylee

Marisa Campagna-Redivo said...

Hi Jaako,

I have been reading your blogs on a daily basis and sharing them with the class. They are sooo excited when you write to us, and share your experiences. We are so proud of you and what you and your mom have accomplished so far! We wish you the best for the remainder of your journey.
We miss you tons! God bless you!

Mme Redivo and the grade 4 French Immersion students