Weekend Trip to Mt. Longonot

All of this is just 30 minutes from our house. I love climbing up and looking into this crater. We finally have a car to get there!

 

Maternity Photos

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Resting after delivery watching her baby be checked over.

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Everyone enjoys a new baby, but not everyone is smiling so big for a picture

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Triplets coming soon. She is less than 34 weeks.

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His wife had preterm twins. So far they are doing well. Why do I look so tired?

Here Comes the Sun

Is it possible that rainy season may becoming less?

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Not sure this truck is moving until rainy season ends.

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Medical Education

Outside of good medical care I think the biggest mission we have at Kijabe Hospital is medical education. We have some many nursing students, clinical officer interns, medical officer interns, and residents roaming our halls it can make your head spin. There is no way to keep track of everybody. It is such an important part of what we do, training the next generation of doctors and medical workers to provide excellent, thorough, compassionate, and hopefully Christian care to the under-served areas of the world.

Teaching gynecology rounds.

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Rain Update

From David’s Conceptual Physics teacher, Jeff Davis.

Closing in on 30 inches for the year (29.88 as I type and it rains)! Avg rainfall for Kijabe in a year is 37 inches.
 
6.7 inches so far for May, with 17 of 20 days having precipitation. The average rainfall for May going back 30 years is 6.3 inches.
 
Sorry, I don’t have temperature data but I do know my house is steadily getting colder and is now down to 62 F (sorry non-Americans out there, just consider us an “unreached” people group). J
 
And we can’t even say, “but it’s a dry heat”. Because it’s a wet cold, which is the worst.
 
I was just thinking this morning that living in Tacoma, WA for two years prepared us for long gray days. The fact that the sun breaks through on occasion makes it bearable. The sun never broke through in Tacoma. It sure is soggy!
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AIC Kijabe Mission Hospital

I took these from the AIC Kijabe Hospital Facebook page. I think they are good demonstrations of the work going on in the hospital ranging from showing compassion and Christian friendship, caring for the weakest, medical education, and research. Please pray for our hospital as we continue to strive for excellence.

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