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Zanibu's Journals: Getting Used To My New Home by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
I think what some people spend on junk in a day here in California would feed my village back home for six months~..
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Zanibu's Story by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Grandma spends hours trying to sell her wears, digging for things people throw away, that she might be able to fix to make a few pence, an American Charity called Feed the Children helps with food, but I know my Grandmother wants to do so much more and I know that I will soon be loosing her, she is ..
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Zanibu's Story Part Four: The Blessings Of Life by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
I recieved many wonderful gifts this Christmas, I go from having no toys to play with or books to call my own, to feeling as if I am rich, I received a new football, (I think in America they call it Soccer) and a baby doll, I have never had a baby doll of my own, so now I have one, and I feel rich i..
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Zanibu's Story Part Three: Christmas is Upon Us by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
A local missonary family has shared with me some good news, I may get to go to America and Grandma would come too, she is in need of medical care, and I fear that if something is not done I will loose the only family I have left in this world, it is only me and my beloved Grandmother as I said befor..
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Zanibu's Story Part Two by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
This may be my last Christmas with Grandma and I want to make it a happy one, but sometimes I feel sadness in my heart, and I do not know how I will get along without her, Grandma is my whole world, but I know Jesus will get me through this. ..
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Zanibu's Story: Patience is a Virtue by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
We must wait for our Visa's, but if we get to wait like this I don't mind. Grandma is able to get some much needed rest. We even have a television in our room! I have never really watched television! ..
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Zanibu's Story; The Greatest Gifts by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Grandmother and I are still praying for a miracle to get us to America. I still have much I want to learn. ..
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Zanibu's Story; The Jouney Continues by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
We leave with a bit of bittersweet feeling for our homeland though. Africa can be a beautiful place, when you do not feel the pangs of hunger constantly, when you are not fighting against the old ways, because you embraced the faith of the true living God. I will miss the beautiful lands of South ..
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