This is a sketch of Fifiliana, I did lose her a bit in the sketch so will try again but it still looks like her.
She was discharged to the Hope Center today but is due back on the 4th which is before I leave so that is when I will have to say goodbye to her and her lovely mom.
As Fifilianna left today, we (my friend Rita (my new cabin mate, or not so new) have also made some connections with some of the other ladies who were in the ward.
We were making Yo Yo's today, that are not the traditional yo you but rather a sewing thingy. I will take a picture when I get one. There is a lovely shy lady on the ward, I am not sure of her story yet but would like to ask her. Her mom is with her and she has two children, the one a little baby who is four months old but we think she Erica is premature as she has raspy breathing which apparently can happen when they are born premature. She is a delightful little thing and spend some time sucking on my jersey this evening as she was hungry. The other little daughter is about 6 I think and she decided the last two nights that she wanted to perch herself on my lap, the first night to just watch Fifilianna drawing and to try and distrupt the process a bit when she got board. The next night she came to perch again and this time is was to put crayons and pencil crayons in my hand and was giving me instructions in Malagasy to draw. She would take the crayons out my hands and put another one in, point and instruct, she was a really sweetie.
I spent the day drawing today a picture of Jesus - a painting of a young Prodigy Artist called Aikaine, she painted the picture when she was 10 years of and its amazing. I haven't finished it yet and its only a glim copy of what she did, she really captures His compassionate heart. There is a big story behind the picture which is amazing. I will have to add this when I have time.