The college boy is finished with school, but not quite ready to come home. He’s run off with his friends for the week and will grace us with his royal presence beginning on Monday. Of course I’ll take all the scraps he is willing to offer us. The thought of having all seven of us … Continue reading Some LaTorre family musing
I remember riding in the car in mid-December during our adoption and seeing people everywhere walking along the streets with chicken legs clutched in their hands and a live chicken dangling and swinging with the rhythm of their walk. The wealthier people could afford to drape a live turkey around their neck as they took … Continue reading Chicken for Christmas Dinner in Uganda
Birthday parties in America are a study in over indulgence, if you ask me. Of course you didn’t, but if you read on maybe it is something worth considering. As a new and very young mom I enjoyed throwing parties for Donny because I liked having time with his friend’s parents, my friends. But when … Continue reading Can you imagine not knowing which day you were born?
Phiona and I have both been nostalgic lately thinking back on all that God has done from the beginning with our ministry, Kirabo Seeds. We have grown strong through a long difficult journey in a short time. Both of us are simply amazed at what God has given us to do as we care for … Continue reading my kind of feast
It’s no simple task to get to know fifteen children all at once. Naturally some children are more memorable than others. Some cause trouble unconsciously because they are craving any attention, even if it is trouble. It might be the shy approach like when Desire sneaks up on me with his cute smile and silly … Continue reading ministry musing and insights