A little catch up with the children in Uganda

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  1. Thanks for this! Yes,as you say the perfect piece of land is coming.
    The thought of chickens laying their intestines is a bit upsetting. Hope God has a solution for that too.

    1. I know it’s disturbing to see the chickens lose their guts and then wind up on the dinner plate as a result. But, all of these chickens will eventually be dinner when they are tired of being good layers. It’s a way of life that we certainly have moved far away from in America. Meat in Uganda doesn’t come in trays wrapped in plastic from a cooler at the store. It is sold in cages on the street! I’m just so happy they got to enjoy a feast of chicken without the whole ordeal of a holiday. I hope some day having meat will be a daily treat for them. Especially when we have enough goats reproducing, they will have plenty of meat to eat. Oh, these kids, they are so darling and lovable. I hope you will join me one day on a trip to visit with them. T

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