Tallie’s perspective

We asked Tallie, our eldest daughter (8), to write down some of her thoughts about her trip to Swaziland in January, and her thoughts on fundraising and moving to Swaziland. Here are her self-typed thoughts:

It was my pleasure to go to Swaziland, seeing all those children! I particularly enjoyed our visit to Hlane, one of Swaziland’s national  animal parks. Strangely, though, we didn’t see any giraffes  at all! I wonder why… 

Oh, and I also enjoyed going to Noah’s ark (a large children’s home). Playing with African children in a children’s home isn’t something you would do every day!

When we were making a list of  fundraising ideas  I came up with making handmade cards. My mum and Seren and Anaya also felt that they should join in too. Now we’ve even made an etsy shop to sell them on, that will open next week! Eeeeeeeeeee, I’m so excited that I could burst!

A big thank you to anyone that donates or buys something from our shop, It really helps! I might be a bit nervous about joining a new school in Swaziland, but I’m still ready to go! I’m sure that I will make lots of new friends in Swaziland, but I will miss Swansea and my friends there!

 Thanks for any prayers and support!

Talitha 🙂

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Rachel Smart

Missionary, mummy and mime artist

3 thoughts on “Tallie’s perspective

  • 13th October 2016 at 1:41 pm
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    Tallie it was so smart to have the idea of making cards and also the cupcakes that we enjoyed on Sunday with our tea and coffee.I am glad you are excited about going to Swaziland,and I am sure the children you meet there will love you.I hope you soon have the money to go there and fullfill all that God has in store for you and all your family.May God bless all you do. Love John and Sheila

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  • 13th October 2016 at 10:27 pm
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    Tallie it all sounds so exciting. Thank you for your blog post, I enjoyed reading it and I will be checking out your Etsy shop soon!

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  • 14th October 2016 at 12:13 pm
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    Tallie i love your blog its brilliant. the class is going to miss you. Swaziland sounds great.

    We will miss you. Isabelle

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