Thanksgiving

I’m pleased to report that things are going well at CESC.  Vodaphone hasn’t made the final connection yet, but everything else is in place.  Hopefully in the next few weeks they will have their internet up and running.

Robyn and I took our son, Maddox, to visit the school Thursday and deliver some books and school supplies.  It was a great way to spend Thanksgiving morning and it was cool to be able to introduce Maddox to our friends.  As always we were welcomed with open arms.  This time however, they surprised us a bit.  It turns out Mr. Atta had called ahead when he found out we were going to visit and told them they should get us a turkey.  So we had our first Thanksgiving feast in Ghana at CESC.  It was great to share food with the staff and another amazing experience thanks to CESC.  

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