Day 41

MOTHER AND DAUGHTER

This is the daughter of the mother who hosted us, with her son.

She helped her mother by serving the food.  

 

Dolly with her son, Shamim
Dolly with her son, Shamim

Day 39

LOW INCOME HOUSING?

In this photos you see the community where we were invited to have a meal. It was a tasty meal consisting of beef or mutton curry, potatoes, rice, grapes and 7-up.  It was a very tasty meal and they were so glad we visited.  It was the home of the helper at Dustin’s office.

 

Dustin and Alice arriving at Mirpur community for evening meal.
Dustin and Alice arriving at Mirpur community for evening meal.

Day 38

COLORFUL SARI

We had a nice meal at the home of Dustin’s office helper.  Here is a photo of her mother.

 

Brightly clad Bengali grandmother.
Brightly clad Bengali great-grandmother.

Day 37

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MARITA

We enjoyed celebrating Marita’s Birthday last night at Nando’s (a South African restaurant).  We went to our apartment for an ice cream cake, mints, m & m peanut mix, and Irish Creme sticks.  Following that Alice and I went to the neighbors to see the wedding photos they had printed.  

 

My daughter-in law on her ?st birthday!!
My daughter-in law on her ?st birthday!!

Day 36

WILL THE TRAFFIC EVER STOP?

Today at 2 pm I was glad I was walking.  I’m sure it took me less time than any vehicles going the same direction to the same place.  Too many schools, of course none with parking lots.  When parents or guardians pick up the children they park in the street.  Our community has many many schools.  It affects side streets as well as the main streets.  

 

Lady waiting to cross the street.
Lady waiting to cross the street.

Day 35

WAITING FOR RIDE

 

Girl near Japanese Garden Apartments waiting for a ride.
Girl near Japanese Garden Apartments waiting for a ride.