Why "Bald Eagle to Fish Eagle?" We have traded one nation for another for 4 months and are living in Lusaka, Zambia while Andy completes his seminary mentoring.

The other day, Benjamin and Andrew asked Andy while driving down the road, "Do you know where you're going?" Andy replied, "Yes. This is my home town!" And it's true. Lusaka, Zambia is Andy's home town. Beth grew up here for a couple of years. But it is also very new. Join us on our adventure of discovering Zambia for the next 14 weeks.

Sunday, 12 February 2012

Visitors 2

People have mice in the States.

And we do have geckos in the States too, but not many of them are the size of an adult hand. We had one yesterday using our curtain as a playground. Lizards come to visit periodically--they are more afraid of us than we are of them. We have spiders (more often in our other house) the size of a large yogurt container lid, hairy and flat on the wall. They're as common and as harmless as Daddy-long-legs in the States.

It's the cobras that get the strong reactions--hooded cobras. Our friend who is living in Andy's parents' old house discovered one in the office in a corner. It hooded up as she walked in the door.

1 comment:

  1. wow. I love these little glimpses into your life there.... Almost like Riki Tiki Tavi, but on another continent.

    Blessings, friends.