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Hi there all,
After a long wait for extra sand bags (which I might add did not appear), we decided to finish off the building using potato bags! Yes potato bags - as we like to say a lot around here - Make a Plan - and a plan we made!
So after returning from my 3 week leave, Wonderful took me out to see the Eco-Crèche or Mandla's Crèche as it will be named! Yippeee Yippee Yay!
It is looking good. We are painting this week and installing the water tank. Which disappeared out the Induna's yard, I might add. After some investigation this week, I located it and asked the perpetrators to return it immediately with no consequences. They only borrowed it for a funeral I was told: link: /blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/22-july-91.jpg ) - though it must be quite difficult to run off with huge 2500L bright green plastic barrel and nobody sees you - one has to be on one's toes all the time. How I laughed!
This should then take us to the end of 'building' process and towards the 'handing it over' process.
We will for sure be having a party to celebrate this grand project as well as a dedication to our great friend, Mandla, as this was the last project he worked on with Pride 'n Purpose and Virgin Unite!
We are getting there folks - watch this space!
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