These are the three little ones that visit me every day. They have turned into my besties in Kumakwane. When they come over every afternoon, I scrub their little hands, I feed them a snack (because it breaks my heart to see them going through the garbage scavenging for food), and then we play. We usually have a ruckus game of frisbee, we play catch, and we jump rope. If it's not too late, we come inside and color, look at pictures, and have a dance party (to Amadou & Mariam, a duo from Mali). Outside of their hungry tummies, they are three of the happiest, sweetest, and most joyous kids I have ever met. They are very precious. I'm lucky to call them friends.