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Now I Know How a Headless Chicken Feels …

I have a list, in fact I have three lists, one for what I’ve got to take to Kenya, one for what I have got to do before I go, and one for what I have got to do for Nyanya Mzungu before I go.
Unfortunately, I keep losing the lists, or start doing something on the list when I get interrupted by Nyanya Mzungu, who is making sure I have such-and-such on her list. She is not looking forward to being left alone while I am in Kenya, but at the same time keeps telling me I have to live my own life.
I have been to the bank to pay cheques in, probably the last I will receive from clients before I leave. While I was in town (somewhere I try to avoid), I had a look in the Pound Shop and got some little things for the Twiga Children’s Centre, pens, pencils, and stuff.
I have collected my currency, which will last me about one day in Kenya as I will have to pay for the car that is picking me up from JKIA and taking me to Kisii – yes, I am travelling in style for once. It is a bit of a relief as I am taking two cases and that just about fills the back of a matatu, making me unpopular with the rest of the passengers.
I had arranged a lift to Heathrow, but my friend suddenly decided to take a 4-day break in Spain. I was worried that he might not bother to come back – but he has, so that’s a relief.
I still haven’t started to pack, although I have sorted through the six boxes of clothes (thanks Manuela for your help) that have been donated to the Children’s Centre and decided what I should take. I won’t be able to take all of it, there is just too much, but as least I have sorted out the stuff that I do not need to take, mainly the baby stuff – we don’t have any babies at the Children’s Centre at the moment.
As an aside, just to throw a small spanner in the works, I have to take Nyanya Mzungu to see the doctor tomorrow – just a check-up, thankfully. I also have to take her shopping. She has been through the freezer at least three times in the last 24 hours, just to make sure there is enough food for her while I am away.
So, what’s left? Draw a bit of sterling cash to take with me, pack and go. Hey! I’m ahead of schedule!
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