The children in our neighborhood are curious about us strange white people. When we open our drive gate they love to peer inside to see what’s behind the gate. Many of them have been into our home, but that doesn’t stop the peering. Usually if we wash the car, it’s behind closed gates, however, our car was extra muddy from the mudslide, so David decided to park it just outside our gate to wash it. This decision proved to be quite fun for the neighborhood children.
I was in the house and kept hearing giggles, so I wanted to check out the progress. There were about ten little ones playing in the run off water and soap.