Monday, March 4, 2013


And now, the end is here
And so we face the final curtain.
We did what we had to do and saw it through without exemption.
Yes, there were times, We are sure you knew
When we bit off more than we could chew
But through it all, when there was doubt
We ate it up and spit it out
We faced it all and we stood tall and we did it the Lord's way...........

What a team. One the left is Elder and Sister Lookhart we are sure they never sleep.  They will be going home next month. No words to thank Pres. and Sister Padovich for their kindness and helpfulness at all times.  They go home in July.

This will be forever in my memories

Handing over the Health and Hygiene Manuals at the Zambia-DR Congo Boarder.  This was really an experience.

Sendwe Hospital

The only time I drank the water. It was pure and clean.

More Manuals crossing the Boarder

Our Congo Boy, Flavien

Lots of Tears in saying Goodbye
Our dear friend Dr. Albert.  Could not have done two HBB training sessions without him.
There are Thousands of these very large potholes.  Just had to share how really large they are.

Really wore these out.  Just one item of many we will be leaving in Zambia.

There is no way I can tell you about the miracles we have experienced and the way each one of them touched our lives. We were not the ones in control of the wonderful projects that were started, completed or in process and this was made evident to us.  Our lives have been forever changed by this experience and we are grateful to friends and especially family for supporting and sustaining us through the good and hard times.

Thanks for the memories........  Bob and Wendy

1 comment:

  1. This is so beautiful. Thank you so much for giving us a small glimpse and sharing with you this wonderful journey.