I am astonished at the rapid changes taking place in the new building. Construction workers begin at 7 am and work until 5 pm, with a 2 hour 'break' for lunch. These people work hard and know how to relax on their break.
|January 20 - Welding together the struts for the roof extension|
|January 21 - We arrived this morning to find the roof extension almost completely installed|
|These workers know how to take a break|
Hah! You think these guys know how to take a break? They've got a lot to learn from the kids at Honour Village!
|Riem, conked out, safe in Sue's arms|
Besides the construction, there are also other new things happening....
|More bicycles arriving for the children|
Moira and Jill are a great team, and a lot of fun to work with.
|Joking and playing around while washing up the lunch dishes|
|The big kids playing with the little kids|
Gordon's work in cutting down the desks has paid off!
|The smallest of the children can now sit down to eat instead of standing|
HVC has a photo gallery of all the children and staff. I took photos of all the new children and volunteers to update their walls. Here is my mug shot-
I continue to be fascinated by the attention to every detail here.....
|It never occurred to me that all these (32) children need to have their fingernails clipped!|
|English classes for the Cambodian staff|
At Honour Village, everybody works and plays together like one big happy family.
|Colouring and reading books |
Moira and one of the kids playing Pat-a-cake while another has fun with a basket