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.
When we first arrived in Kigali, travel weary, but ready for another adventure, everything was new and strange.
You will have gathered by now that we have been having some trouble with our electricity this past week. At the risk of tempting fate, its looks like we are back in business.
The young guy from Electrogaz who arrived early yesterday morning with our meter, returned an hour or so later with his mate and our guard who had been told to go and collect the meter.
This is a short post to say that we have been having some problems with our power supply in the house, and may not be able to put anything onto the blog for the next few days.