Awe, This was the first day that I met Bereket, actually this was my first day at BCI! & Come to think of it, she was the first child I held. I remember I was walking towards her classroom and she seen me through the doorway and she just stop, then she shifted her weight to one of her hips and looked me up and down. As she analyzed me I stopped, hoping this unfamiliar face wouldn’t startle this tiny little girl. I thought she was a was like 3. Then all of a sudden she came running and laughing towards me with her arms wide open!
I was like AWEEEE:
I scooped her up & we took a couple “usies”! & We’ve been kicking it ever since!
A couple times we were able to take a few cuties to the zoo themed park & then out to lunch! It was really fun, but one thing Ethiopia can use more of is parks! I only seen like two`the whole time I was there. And they weren’t free.
Finally Jesus! After 29321390214191 hours and a billion times trying to upload, here is Chapter One of “A Child Who Had No Name”.
I’ve been working on this for daaaaaays! S/o to Nati, Ruth & Jalane for looking over & translations!
In case you missed the trailer: http://vimeo.com/102977389
Hope you enjoy! Again this is just Chapter One…only the beginning! The next chapter will focus more on the Holy Ghost & how He moved!
I almost forgot.
Wow, as I was going through my photos and videos from Ethiopia. I forgot upload Rosa’s video!
Kelkias (one of BCI’s members) recorded a video of Genet & Rosa Daniel (BCI recipients) with a little message to their sponsors. He used his phone (please excuse the quality) and we just added English subtitles (…Sorry for the timing on those as well.)
Also here is the video in HD: http://vimeo.com/109386717
Here is also trailer to Emabet & Bereket’s “A Child Who Had No Name”. I have been working hard and almost finished with part one: http://vimeo.com/102977389
YES! These two cuties! Very early morning on Saturday I was able to talk to Emabet & Bereket! They are doing really great, enjoying Ethiopia.
It was so great being able to see them (video calling) and hearing their voices. I missed them so much!!!
I asked Bereket is she still mad at me because I left, and she quickly responded “YES!” *also made sassy face*, but then quickly I got over it when I told her about the dress I got her. Emabet seems to be feeling it to, broke my heart when she said “You’ve been gone for two years! When you came, you brought excitement into my life. Now that you left its boring…..After you left I cried a lot”.
Yea….by that point I almost broke down…
BUT the exciting news is I will able to talk to them again this weekend! Hopefully I can talk to them on a regular basis, I miss them! My work doesn’t stop because my internship is over.
I am trying to work on a few things for them….so stay tuned(:
Here is some more photos from our date night:
In celebration of international #dayofthegirl, I would like to honor this little beauty Bereket and her gorgeous mother Emabet. Although our time seemed 6 weeks too short, everyday was wonderful! As I am going through this rough time Every time I either pray, go through pictures, or even simply just thinking about them it restores my joy. ☺️ Who knew this tiny little five year old, with a fire ball personality would change my life! With that being said, Bereket you give me & remind me of Hope! I love you 😘 & you’re my inspiration.😍 God willing 🙏 we will be reunited soon, although It was awesome being able to see yall faces & talk this morning! 😭 miiiss you. 😢☺️😘😍😉☺️😊😚😝😛💚💛❤️
Full Video of princess getting her ears pierced and taking it G status! Go Bereket!
“The day I took Emabet & Bereket to get some extra bling! Lol Bereket wanted her ears pierced soooo bad so we went and got them done…. And look how she took it! just like a straight up G! See that lil smile after it went through? Thats my baby!”
Hey beauties, its Camille(: 25, The Ohio State Alumna.