1) Our first day at Himo School is a day that I’ll never forget. Meeting all of the kids for the first time was so special- seeing their curious, smiling faces right off the bat made me ever so ready to start my service project there.
2) Mama Simba taught me lessons of strength and integrity that I couldn’t have learned from anyone else. I hope for the absolute best for her and will always keep her wise words dear to my heart.
3) I absolutely love the rawness of this picture and how it captures the man’s expression so well. It’s also a funny reminder of the bridge that we all ended up venturing on, even though it was apparently the one thing we weren’t allowed to go on.
4) This was such a fun and enjoyable performance to be a part of. This picture was taken a few minutes after Will had the pleasure of dancing with that one girl- I love the memories that come back with pictures like these.
5) It’s not every day that you’re able to get out of your car, while on a safari, and take a jumping picture like this. Both safari days were absolutelybreathtaking, and I’m very glad that I was able to spend them with the two different cars of people.
7) Even though I was close to getting hypothermia (oops), the hike around the base of Mount Kilimanjaro far exceeded my expectations. Everywhere I looked, an overwhelming amount of beauty surrounded me. There’s no better way I could’ve asked to end our phenomenal journey in Tanzania.
by Jennah L.