Two things that Esi has seen at our house and wants to find when we are out shopping are
1) My little dishwand scrubber thingy. You know, the scrubber with the long handle on it that you fill with soap….then the soap comes out of the scrubber when you press down and wash the dishes. WOW do they love that thing! Esi wants to bring a few back for her friends! :)
2) She also really loves my Kleenex box holder/cover. We checked at Wal-mart and surprisingly they didn’t have any or were out. So we are on a mission to find a nice one for her to take back with her.
She also wanted to bring back some Pillsbury Toaster Strudel breakfast scramblers. However, I told her they had to be kept in the freezer, so that one won’t work out. She and her husband LOVE them! :)
By the way, have I mentioned who is doing the majority of the dish washing?
On this trip Esi brought with her a new item on the market in Ghana….shito-packs. In Ghana they make this hot pepper sauce called shito sauce and it is served with EVERY dish! Normally it is mixed in with the rice. Since they eat the shito sauce with everything, it has become hard for them to do without it! Well, apparently they just started producing these shito-packs for travelers! So nifty! Here is Yaw trying it out….
We do have another opportunity coming up for Samuel to be chaperoned to the U.S. :) One of the other families in our adoption program is traveling to Ghana to meet their son August 16-23rd. They have graciously offered to chaperone Samuel home if he gets his visa by then. I’ll be asking God if August 23rd is the day Samuel gets to come home. :)
We love you Samuel!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!