Inday has always known the value of hard work. As incredible as it would seem to most of us, at the age of 15 years old, she went to the middle east to work on a 2 year contract to help support her family.
The agency supplied her with ID showing her to be older. The government official at the airport pulled her aside before she left and told her that he knew that she was too young and wanted to know if she really wanted to go. She convinced him that she did, so she was allowed to get on the airplane.
The woman she worked for was very terrifying to Inday, and took her with her as she traveled all over the middle east.
Inday continued to work for several years even though she was so frightened of her boss. After she was older and understood how the system worked, she then went to Taiwan and worked as a maid.
Her daughter was getting older and she wanted to stay at home and raise her daughter.
I had known about her through her extended family and had done business with her boss from Taiwan.
As things developed and the children’s home was planned, I asked if her and Babeselle would stay in the building so we didn’t have to chance dealing with squatters. It has worked out very well.
She has done much of the work on the building to save money while at the same time, taking care of the children.
Without her efforts, I don’t know how we would be able to operate. She does all this without pay other than living in the building. She has a little store and takes in laundry for her income.
I’m still having problems with the Internet so I can’t post pictures here, but if you look at the other pictures previously posted, you may see Inday.