The last day in Gaborone!
The last day came too soon! We accomplished all we set out to do except one thing and that one thing would happen just before we left for the airport.
We were finally headed to the Kagisano Society Women's Shelter. An unavoidable last-minute scheduling conflict on the shelter's end didn't allow me to speak to the women, but I was still able to stop by to meet the CEO, Lorato, and learn of their important work and of course donate the 2 large suitcases of sanitary napkins, pantyliners, tampons, haircare samples, socks, t-shirts and even inspirational books from myself (Bold, Brave and Courageous), Carri Oller (God Uses the Unusable) and Sabrena LeRoy (Pieces of my story: Keep loving, Keep forgiving, Keep pushing). See pics below.
Check out the Video message from Kagisano Society Women's Shelter CEO.
After leaving the shelter and promising to return to speak to the residents in a year or so , God willing, we headed straight to the Sir Seretse Khama Airport.
I could not believe our whirlwind visit filled with lots of service and fun, had come to an end.
Here are some fun pics from the airport as Lindiwe and our new friend Angelic Thato took one last group pic with us in front of the Botswana 50 Years Elephant Statue. Then we enjoyed a final lunch with them in the airport at Mugg & Bean.