Karen is much better. The medication for osteoarthritis is apparently working as she is no longer in pain when she walks or sits--that's a good thing. I'm still coming down from my spiritual high yesterday, but it's back to work for us. The schools need supplies, the puppies need attending, and Shaban is starting to work on the fifty filters that have been ordered. We have to deliver one filter to a missionary in Musoma tomorrow, but that's no big deal. John had to go down to help the internet cafe in Bunda get its problems sorted, but that's what he does. The picture at the right is of the thirty filters we sent to a Catholic orphanage several months ago. We can do whatever we are asked if the cause is just. We're running out of food for ourselves, but a trip to the bank in Musoma tomorrow should ease that problem. There is never enough money, but I guess we all know that pain. I'm preparing a report to show what we've done and what we want to keep doing in the hope that some fundraisers may be held in the U.S. to help us with our projects. We just do as we are asked and know that the Lord will provide. Always has.