A story appeared on the wires this week about the first fines issued by the Data Protection Registrar.
We were out with our friend Steven on Hogmanay. Steven is a bright, laughing young man who is putting himself through university.
They were supposed to be moving out on Boxing Day, but 'the appointed day' doesn't translate into Kinyarwanda.
When we found Seth he was wandering the streets in Nyamirambo and begging for food. His mother had no home and the family had been split up. Some of them had been living with an aunt.
Our new project house is an improvement on the old one although it is smaller. The high stone wall has been replaced by a cane fence and concrete has been replaced by earth.
"The rabble with them began to crave other food, and again the Israelites started wailing and said, 'If only we had meat to eat!
When writing the last piece, I was reminded of a small project I had been asked to go and see some time back.
We have been writing a blog and running a website from Rwanda for a little over a year and a half now.
Our route home each day takes us off the stone road (for that, read cobbles) at the top of our hill and then along a rough track.Imagine the rippled sand of a beach cast in concrete (with pot-holes
Sadly, we said farewell to out friends Kirsty, Margaret and Rory today. They have been with us for just over two weeks and have been a welcome break from our usual routines.