Friday, March 5, 2010

Baby orphanage "Yolochka" - bathroom #2

Here is the other bathroom I was shown at the orphanage. The workers proudly told us that sponsors built this bathroom for them... and they were particularly proud of the fact that each bathroom now has its own water boiler, thanks to sponsors.

Pretty changing tables and another shelf of hooks for personal towels and combs:Notice the low sinks with step-stools for the children to wash their hands: This little hand-made wall hanging says: "OUR COMBS." Isn't it adorable?!
...Wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. Psalm 51:7b

This post marks 100 posts since the beginning of my blog! It has been almost a year... since April 2nd, that I started this remarkable journey. Blogging has been very satisfying for me, and, I hope, an encouragement to you. More than anything, I want to bring Ukraine and our missionary work to life for you, and I want the Lord to be glorified in all that I say and do. Thank you for following me ever so faithfully!


  1. Yes! Keep going with the blogs. I have good old friends on the mission field, but I feel much better updated with your ministry than theirs. Have a great week. God bless you all.

  2. The orphanage does indeed look really nice.

  3. This was my daughter's bathroom, spent a lot of time in her orphanage...loved looking at familiar pictures.


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