Wednesday, December 13, 2006

There was a surgeon here the beginning of November who performed mostly cleft lip repairs. Each mother is holding their own babies. I am holding one of their twins. The baby I am holding did not have surgery. One can imagine the noise on the ward with all the babies and than an extra twin to add. The beautiful thing when the babies are operated on they will never remember what it was like to have a cleft lip.

This is me with the babies who had their cleft lips repaired.

Oh! Another shot of the cabin mates.

Vicky (England), Rachel (Australia), Hettie (Canada) cabin mates posing on the gang way of the ship.
"The voice of the Lord is over the waters; the God of glory thunders, the Lord thunders over the mighty waters. The voice of the Lord is powerful; the voice of the Lord is majestic " Psalm 29:2-4. The sound of the falls really was thundering.

Stephanie, Jennifer and I went to the Wli falls. It was a magnificant sight. A incredible climb! I was sore for days.
"Wli Falls is billed as the 'largest waterfall in West Africa', Wli Falls - which actually consists of a highly accessible lower fall and more difficult to reach upper fall (Ghana Guide 267)."