Reba and Humphrey spent yesterday organizing for this weeks home visits to children and planning another trip to Nairobi to meet up with one of Humphrey's college professors from Erskine Theological Seminary. This morning Reba taught Sunday School at Gospel Celebration Church in Chuka Town and then went to visit Victor, sponsored by Bren, who was proud to announce he is in position 2 of 20 in his class. There are only 4 chickens left at the children's home from the first group we purchased for their hen house so Reba put 40 chickens on hold for the home that they will receive when some chicken coop remodeling is complete. AND.....Reba had a jigger in her foot that the house mother, Ellyjoy, had to remove today so she is trying to recover from that and has announced to us back in the states that only closed shoes will be allowed on future trips, no more sandals. Jiggers are a big problem in Kenya where families have dirt floors within their homes. You can read more about it at this website, http://www.jigger-ahadi.org/jiggers.html. They are curable thank goodness and we left a great medical bag full of supplies with Reba and are sure she is making great use of it and will recover fully. Also, the Marshall family made it home safe and sound and were bumped on their flight in Amsterdam to First Class......must have been rough! Especially after all that they had just experienced in Kenya. They deserved some comfort!