I remember the first time I went craft shopping in Uganda. It was a visual feast of culture. I tried to buy something from every one to make them happy, and it was my pleasure to do so. That way I was also free to photograph the scene without causing problems. It is considered rude … Continue reading Opening wings to fly.
There’s no easy way to get to Uganda. The only tactic that works for me to be able to endure the 24 hours of travel is to arrive at the airport completely spent so the only thing I feel like doing is sleep and watch movies. I have been trained to believe the international flights … Continue reading Home in Uganda
The children finished school for the term yesterday. The school has a sports day to end the term and all of our children participated. We were so proud of all the children. Everyone made significant improvements in their overall scores. In fact three of our children, Daniel, Peter and Ryan, were number one in their … Continue reading Kirabo Seeds children’s school performance!
I mentioned in my last post I am traveling with letters and photos for the children from their sponsors. We have not yet welcomed sponsors for Fred, but I know he would most appreciate a warm welcome from all the people who have remembered him over the years in their prayers. I’d like to invite … Continue reading Please help us welcome Fred
Lately the days are long and full of work, piano, school, tennis, horses, and visits to the rock wall. With a traveling husband and missing in action driving teenagers I’m back in the swing again. I’m a little ashamed of the number of visits we made to chickfila this week. But I’m not one to … Continue reading We are preparing for a trip to Uganda this week.
I couldn’t possibly be more enthusiastic about sharing our BIG NEWS than I’ve ever felt with previous developments in our ministry. Sure, it was fabulous to welcome the first children to our home in May 2012, and to welcome Ryan in the fall and Marvin this year in January…but… the very first child we invited … Continue reading Kirabo Seeds has the BEST NEWS ever.
I’ve had all five of our children home for one week out of this whole summer. Something wonderful and sparkly happens when the five of them are reunited at home. I can almost see a glitter aura snap, crackle and pop as they interact. We have a way of being goofy that only we can … Continue reading Where’s the emergency break on my family life?