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How cool is this!
So nice and pretty picturesxoxo
Love the photo with Masai
CORINE - VERY cool...HIGH DESERT DIVA - it's very precious to me.
I often think of Jane, she was so wonderful!
Nous n'avons pas pu garde ce Masai qui venait d' Amboseli au pied du Kilimandjaro que j'avais engage comme watchman car avec les fleches empoisonnees de son arc il terrorisait notre cuisinier de la tribu Luo et Francis le jardinier Abaluya.Ne parlons pas de Jane qui venait de Kisumu sur le lac Victoria...
beautiful pictures. it's nice to know that you've impacted on people's lives when they name their children after you.
SAMMI - yes, my family was very deeply moved when we found out that Jane had named her daughter after my mum.Most of all, Jane impacted OUR lives by filling our early years in Kenya with so much love.
She looks wonderful. And Look at your wonderful hair. Alright, what was your dolls name? Were you afraid of the birds there?
Absolutely beautiful pictures. Growing up in so many places must have been an amazing experience.Belated congratulations to your blog!
MANSUETUDE - My hair was very much bleached by the African sun; it's darker now.I can't remember the name of the doll, actually. I had another doll I loved, that was made in Kenya and was black. It was my favorite.I can't remember being afraid of birds, but was warned to beware of the monkeys that would come to our garden to pick our avocados! MERULI - yes, I was very lucky to grow up in so many places. It was very educational.
que fotos tan lindas y que lindos recuerdos!
no sólo me gustan las fotos con esas caras relucientes y diferentes, también me gustan esos colores desvaídos... :)
J'aime les couleurs passéesj'aime les souriresj'aime la trace d'un bonheur partagé.
You truly have seen the world! You're so lucky, I am sure it has given you a different understanding of world issues, something we surely have lacked for the past 8 years.
charming photos...such a unique childhood memories i'm sure :o)
love love love your family photos!!! and love love love that you had/have such a interesting life! nancyxx
ESTI - si, los colores desvaidos dan una emocion muy linda. ANONYMOUS - yes, I was TREMENDOUSLY lucky to see the world early on and meeting so many people from very different cultures.Hopefully this new administration will bring us closer to the rest of the world instead of alienating everyone.NANCY - thanks, I sometimes feel a bit shy about sharing such personal pics so it's great to know people like you enjoy them.
What a wonderful day, a wonderful time in history, wonderful photos and of course wonderful memories! Thank you!Best,Rondaxoxo
What beautiful photos.
to Mary-laure: un petit souvenir pour toi notre grand jardin 3 acres plein de jacaranda...etait envahi parfois tot le matin par des pilgrin monkey a barbe blanche qui volaient surtout des passion fruits ( pas des avocados ) qu'ils me lancaient si je sortais en poussant des cris stridants. Dans le Tsavo East les grands singes pouvaient lancer des pierres au lieu des passion fruit!
How remarkable that must have been!
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