This week I have been at Granny and Grandpa's. Granny and Grandpa told me about Mary's Meals when I was small. That is why Grandpa is coming to Malawi with us. I really liked Granny's cooking. She made a lovely chicken meal with mayonnaise and breadcrumbs. I didn't have any kale though so Enzo Buzz would have been very disappointed! Dad sometimes cooks with white beans in winter and makes a cassoulet from France. I had no idea what Enzo Buzz would eat at school in Brazil and it looks nice. I don't get cabbage or kale at school I don't think.
Kim sent me some more pictures from Lirangwe! The kitchen has a roof now. It looks really good. I like the corrugated roof. We have the same roof where we keep our logs and its really noisy like a drum when it rains.
I wonder if the grass roofed building on the edge is the kitchen now. I think when it rains the new roof will be better. The rainy season is in November I am told and it will still be very hot when we visit in October. I have started to take some pictures at home so I can take an album to show my new friends when I visit. I have my own camera now. It is like Dad's but newer. I have been lent it by David at Olympus and I will use it on my trip as well. It is very kind of them. I am going to take photos of my friends. my house and my animals. I will also take a picture of my school. What else do you think I should take photos of? I should take photos of my family as well.
Next week our guest bloggers are Girl Scouts from America. They are cooking outside at their Two Sentinels camp. I am a Brownie in Lochgilphead and I have been on Brownie camps to Campbeltown and Dunoon. I would like to meet some Girl Guides in Malawi to swap badges. Brownies is one of my favourite things and I am looking forward to going back soon.
Yesterday we visited Blantyre in Scotland yesterday where David Livingstone was born. He explored Africa and visited where Malawi is now.
That is why there is a Blantyre in Malawi. He was attacked by a lion but survived. I want to see a lion in Malawi but not a wild one!