Monthly Archives: February 2011

A daughter for a cow.

We have been awakened to a very sad thing here in Eshibinga village. During dry seasons like now, many rural and poor families have no food. And so this is what they do. They approach a rich family that has … Continue reading

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The laptops have arrived

Yesterday Sunday, we got a call from a lady known as Nyambura. She works with Jane. She informed us a parcel had arrived. Peter is making arrangements to go pick the parcel. We hope it is the laptops. Happy valentines

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Kenya’s Flag

The Kenyan flag Every Monday morning And Every Friday morning At our School We stand at Attention We sing the Natninal anthem And we raise our National Flag. It is a symbol of a united country It is not a … Continue reading

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My spellings are improving

Why a computer? The most amazing thing for me when it comes to using a computer is its ability to correct my spelling mistakes. When a laptop first appeared in our school, I was asked to type a short essay … Continue reading

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Dear USA, My name is John. I live in Kenya. I go to Eshibinga Primary school. Today I have ejoyed working with computer. My role model is Obama, president of the USA. His grandmother lives four villages away fro ours. … Continue reading

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we got this on google

Kenya is still the primary focus of all adventure travel in Africa. It is one of the finest–and undoubtedly the most famous–safari destination in the world. Safari, however, is by no means the only reason to visit Kenya, for the … Continue reading

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Using the Computer to locate Kenya

Hello, Our teacher took many hours teaching us how to use an Atlas. And so in the whole of our school we have one Atlas book. It is old. It was donated to our school with a missionary who was … Continue reading

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