Tomorrow morning I depart from home with two children to travel 28 hours to Uganda. Jack is thankful he homeschools so he can join me on these adventures. Kira has been asking me daily to go to the airport. She asks, “I see Marvin now?” In the car last night she was naming all of … Continue reading School Reports for Kirabo Seeds Children
If I may step aside from the ministry news and insights to share a little family celebration. It has been an exciting theater season for our son Kevin who is a freshman in high school. I was just about to post the high school he attends, and then I realized, this is the world wide … Continue reading Unexpected Tenderness
Last year we bought a van for the children’s home in Uganda. I knew when I was told it was built in the late nineties we were signing up for an endless stream of repairs. I figured we would spend about what it cost us to buy it just to get it safe and working … Continue reading Aren’t you afraid to go to Uganda alone?
When I spring out of bed in the morning at 5a.m. I sit with my coffee and begin texting with Phiona and Robert. It is the middle of their day as I get an early start on mine. I always love to touch base with them and get a feel for what’s challenging and making … Continue reading Kirabo Seeds updates and news
Finally the day is here and I can share the good news. We have brought home a puppy to our children’s home in Uganda!!! We have been searching since last November for a good quality breeder of German Shepherd puppies. Every time Robert would traipse to far corners of Kampala to see one he’d wrinkle … Continue reading Samson the German Shepherd puppy
I awoke Saturday morning when it was still dark. Jack came to my bedside and whispered, “Mom, it is six, you should get up.” I never thought the occasion would come when my youngest son would poke me out of bed. I staggered to the coffee and nursed it until the absolute last minute before … Continue reading Boerne Market Days
This weekend I will be a vender in Boerne selling our crafts from Uganda at the Saturday market. This is a big event for us to be able to share the story of Kirabo Seeds with our fellow Texans. I made a 20X30 collage poster (from Costco for less than ten dollars!) of all our … Continue reading Adopting later in life…an honor and joy