It has been another busy week at the school in Kinamba. On Wednesday morning the nursery children were taken for their annual vaccination against worms.
Hands up anybody that has heard of a fourpit o’tatties. This is an expression that goes back to early 1960′s Edinburgh, and possibly elsewhere, that I have never heard since.
On Monday the children here returned to school after the break, and so did I. Like the primary 1 and 2 classes I did not arrive until after lunch.
We hear that the election campaign at home has moved up a gear after the party leaders appeared in a television debate.
I was out with Jean-Pierre into town the other day on CPR business. This usually means going to the bank and beforehand going to get cheques signed.
On Saturday I was at Scripture Union's Rwandan Headquarters in Kigali to help run a one day bible camp.
It isn't often that we let domestic life at Kigali Towers leak onto these pages but today couldn't pass without us reporting the excitement of the cat's inoculation.
It is a peaceful Saturday morning here at the top of the hill.
Tomorrow is a big day in the Rwandan calendar. Sixteen years ago, on April 7th, a premeditated massacre of 800,000 Tutsi and moderate Hutus commenced. The killings lasted a hundred days.