I am excited to share that the children at Kirabo Seeds in Uganda had another out reach event in the community a week ago. Robert took photos of it, but his camera was swindled. It went missing and no one wants to accuse. It happens. If you don’t keep your things tightly under watch they … Continue reading Outreach in the Community…again!
Last night I had the great privilege to speak to the Baylor Women’s League. My friend Victoria Mayfield owns the shop, Evolve, in San Antonio where the event was hosted. Victoria was the first shop to sell our crafts from Uganda. I was a customer in my stinky dirty riding clothes when she saw orphan … Continue reading A Father to the Fatherless.
We made a substantial effort to visit most of the jjajja’s in their homes during our last trip to Uganda. Our first visit was to go see Christine’s jjajja. (grandmother) Christine dressed up and oiled her skin and assured us she wanted to join us. We reminded her she didn’t have to go back there … Continue reading How did this child ever survive in such a dark place?
Doing laundry by hand in red plastic tubs on the back stoop is challenging work. When we were in Uganda at our apartment I tried to do some laundry every night. I prefer to do it outside so the spills don’t add to my work. We use three tubs, one for soap, one for softener … Continue reading “Well done, Mzungu.”