We visited a school in one of the poorest areas here in Windhoek / Namibia. Where it has only zinc shacks without electricity or any other structure.
I was arriving with the Sisterhood girls and we could see the children running down the streets toward the school, as they could see from afar the jumping castles we were putting up for them ...
It was a long day and the children could not contain the joy.
We took drinks, toys, candy, sweets, sandwiches and hotdogs!
We played and danced with them too.
When we were giving away the things, the children entered the queue several times!
They came with their mouths smeared with ketchup or bread crumbs and spoke ..."Auntie, I did not get anything!"
You know, I could not be sad with the lie, they were hungry and never got what they were having that day ...
I heard them saying to each other ... "Yes! Today is our day!"
We were so tired as the line seemed to never end!
Thankfully enough that we could give out repeats.
By late afternoon everyone was happy and content on the way to their houses, at least on that day, empty stomachs was not a problem ...
I share below some pictures from that day.