# Georgia and Noah look back
The children of Kindfund have a way of showing you perspective,
about how the seemingly important things at home never really matter.
Our time in Kenya has opened our hearts to the world around us, through the love and compassion that the people of Kenya can give, when they have so little themselves.
It has been inspiring to spend time with the Kindfund family for the past three weeks this year. The radiation of happiness has been influential on our day to day lives in England. The children of Kindfund have a way of showing you perspective, about how the seemingly important things at home never really matter.
Throughout our time in Kenya, we decided to trigger the children’s imaginations by playing games with them such as: rounders, football and even a sports day with the help of our friend Katie Glenn, where the children were able to do races from an egg and spoon race to the sack race. One of our projects whilst we were staying in the Wamba home, was to create a mural in the girls dormitory. We thought it would be nice to have the children participate in the mural, so we decided to do a Kindfund family tree again, using their hand prints to form the leaves of the African Acacia tree.
It has been an emotional journey, where we have seen the work of the Lord bless so many vulnerable children. We will be eternally grateful to Ken and Pamela for inviting us into their lives and for the work that they are doing in Kenya.
Georgia Miller & Noah Kirbyadded on Aug 19
For Noah and Georgia as they look to the future