It was wonderful to see a Fulani family, with all their worldly belongings piled on the backs of 2 donkeys, making their way from Cameroon to C.A.R.. When I chatted with them, they had no qualms about returning at this time. I think that their sons are the ones I often see, grazing their cattle, as I go back and forth from the mission hospital to our home on the CEFA farm. Their family branch of the Fulani people is very distinct, with their love of bright, bold colors in their clothing, the tattooing on the women’s faces, and even the way the women do their hair; center part, braided down the sides instead of braiding straight back with no part like most of the Fulani we hang out with. Their cattle look so very healthy compared to what we have seen recently, they are really benefiting being on our side of the river with all the new grass which the rains have brought on. Good news! May the peace continue and spread.