About us!

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!



Friday, 24 December 2010

Happy Christmas from Amisadai and Louisa

We want to say HAPPY CHRISTMAS to all our friends all over the world!

We hope you have a very fun Christmas! We are having fun here. We have made Christmas crackers and we have made stuffing to go with the chicken. We made granola and had raisins on it for breakfast! We have two rabbits that are going to have babies very soon and we have been making a run for them. We have been busy making presents.

Lots of love from Mims and Louisa xxxxx

"English-Canadian" Christmas Dinner with Laura
Mama Kiri and her family came for tea and Christmas cakes this afternoon!

Pulling crackers!
Stockings are hung! (added by Mum!)

4 comments:

  1. Merry Christmas Mongers. I loved looking at your photos. It's over a year now since you were beautiful bridesmaids for Anne and Guy, but just as cold. Simon has come to stay, and then tomorrow on Christmas day we are all driving to see Anne and Guy and stay with them.
    We are having church in Tadley on Christmas Day and Greg is doing a preaching challenge, where the children bring toys to church and he has to talk/bring a quick message on them. Everyone is thinking up the trickiest toys to talk on. I wonder what you would bring?
    Love Greg and Sue x x

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  2. Merry Christmas!
    I'm glad you've got those nets on your beds so that the reindeer can't nibble you in the night.It's great to see so many smiles.
    Ho Ho Ho
    Papaxxx

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  3. Have a wonderful Christmas! Yours started before ours, because we are near the east coast of the United States, in Vermont. Our children homeschool and are having fun reading about your science and art adventures. Thank you for sharing these things with us!

    The Dellingers (Acadia, 6 and Gannon, 9)

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