Leaving Kenya

My flight out of Nairobi leaves in a few hours. We have had closing meetings with Agnes and the Drugfighter’s staff, de-briefings with each other and now begin the real assimilation of all that has happened. It has been one of the richest, fullest short periods in my life and I know it will take time to absorb for each of us and for everyone here. More to come. I spread my love between here and there with a full heart.

3 Responses to “Leaving Kenya”

  1. gina r. Says:

    Through a fluke in technology my reply post to you just vanished. At least I think it did. Hopefully the post isn’t repeating itself …I will attempt again to say …”Thank you,” Tayria, for the offering you have made, not just on behalf of the children, but for the sake of all of us who remain behind in the blind comfort of our cocooned lives. Through your open heart and eyes, I too can bear witness and be moved to awaken, to feel, and to dream in ways that a too familiar life inhibits. Safe travels home. I hope to see you again soon … while the dew of this amazing experience still glistens.

  2. Darita-Rose Alden Says:

    Dearest Tayria, You will be in my thoughts and heart and prayers. I will be thinking of you on your Mountain, as you integrate this amazing time into the fabric of your life. Thank you for doing this for those of us who could not. Blessings, love, DR

  3. Karen Nilsen Says:

    WOW . . . I’ve been away from the internet for the most part the last couple weeks and just caught up on your blog. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing experiences with us. Your sensitivity and depth of compassion shine in every word and description. I can’t get over your stories, especially about the baby elephant and the 260 rescued children. To find light in such darkness and try to do something to make the light brighter–that is a triumph of hope, and I admire you and all the people working there.

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