Well October was a whirlwind month.
Mark had a really good trip to MAF Madagascar. He travelled there with Larry Heintz (from MAF International office)to carry out a quality audit of the programme. Quality and safety audits happen regularly in every programme. Mark is the Qulaity Manager here in Uganda but on this occasion had the opportunity to see the way another MAF programme operates (and carry out a quality audit at the same time). He was also able to spend time with the Madagascan engineer, Michelle whom he had not seen since we were training in the USA. Being in Madagascar he could not miss the opportunity of a trip to the Lemur Park
I was grateful that Marks parents stayed and helped me with caring for Amy & Joshua while Mark was away. We visited a couple of parks, Amy & Joshua had their faces painted and enjoyed all the attention one gets when grandparents are around.
We managed to apply for and have since received their new Ugandan passports too! So on I plod with all the visa paperwork for our furlough and their British Citizenship Applications.
Life has been busy out at Kajjansi. Each time I visit there is a visible difference in the hangar building project. This last couple of weeks the walls and roof have gone up. Bids are being placed by contractors for the building of the offices inside the hangar, at this point in time.