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We are Amisadai and Louisa Monger (aged 12 and 10). In 2010, we moved to Tanzania in Africa - look at the map below to see if you can find it! We hope you will enjoy reading about our adventures and looking at our photos! Please don't forget to send us a message too!



Monday, 8 November 2010

Amisadai’s News!


Our first two eggs!
I am enjoying my new Chickins ! Last week we bought nine hens and a cock. But sadly one of the hens died. But Today we got our first egg!!! We have called the cock R2D2 (thanks Sebastien!) and we will try to get photos of the other chickens that some of our friends have named for us! We love them, especially Maisy!
Me relaxing in the hammock!

Me and baby Happy!
At shule “shoolay” (that’s school in Swahili) we are learning about electricity with our circuit kit. In our house, our electricity goes off a lot. Even in the middle of making a cake or cooking porridge for breakfast! I can see how the circuit cuts! We are going to get a solar light so we can use energy from the sun to light a bulb. I am doing a book study on a book called “A New Coat for Anna” and learning about World War II. It is Remembrance Day on Thursday. I am going to make some poppies.

Learning about electricity!
Today we were excited to get a postcard from Great Grandma and Great Grandad and also a very exciting-looking parcel from Grandma. We are waiting to open it when Daddy gets home!
The little gecko in our bathroom! (we see lots of these and frogs too!)

We had to push the land cruiser in after it got towed home!

5 comments:

  1. I'm glad you and baby are both Happy, especially as it looks like Happy had just pulled one of your teeth out! Did you go in your hammock after pushing the land cruiser?
    Lol Papaxxx

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  2. The baby's real name is Happy! And yesterday I went to play with some new friends ... Alice, Grace and Miriam and there was a baby boy called Smiley!

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  3. Thanks for the story Amisadai. Enjoy your eggs - I love having eggs for breakfast - do you?
    Love Taylor

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  4. Hi Monger Family!!

    You are all having a fabulous life experience, and doing loads of good work out there. We all miss you and think of you often -- even 'Mrs Mongers pumpkin pie' that the girls had a taste of last October in school!!

    xoxo The Clarks in England (Michelle & Emma wanted to invite Amisadai to their birthday party in December)

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  5. Hi Mimi and Weasy

    I am wondering if Louisa has a hammock too?

    Love
    Taylor

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