Today is Kira’s birthday but I’m the only one home today so we aren’t celebrating until Friday. This is a heavily anticipated day for her and we want her at four to learn a birthday is one day not many celebrations. So we aren’t going to tell her it is her birthday until Friday. And … Continue reading Furr Therapy
My tears had dried up for two days and then I attended worship at church where they sang songs with verses like, “God whatever comes my way I will trust you.” So I was the lady in church with uncontrollable tears, red face, convulsing back, a husbands comforting touch and everyone’s eyes on her wondering … Continue reading How are the Children?
I am overwhelmed by the compassionate outpouring of love and support our Kirabo Seeds family has received in our time of sorrow. Thank you for reaching us with your sweet love for our ministry and especially for our family now as they grieve the loss of a brother and son. Your words are eagerly welcomed … Continue reading The last precious moments on this earth.
God has told us to mourn and experience it in full. It is our own fear that keeps us from experiencing the full force of mourning a loss. And losing a ten year old child is the condition when we feel like ripping our clothes and falling face to the floor in anguish. But we … Continue reading Mourning.
Dear Friends, We have lost our sweet child, But the Lord holds him now. Thank you for praying. Too sad now to write more. Thank you Lord Jesus for loving him more than we did. Continue reading
I have an urgent prayer request for anyone with a heart for the children in our Kirabo Seeds home and a devotion to our sovereign God. Chicken pox has been weaving it’s way through our children’s home, and while for some it is a nuisance, for a child with HIV, it is a serious situation. … Continue reading Please hit the knees and PRAY.
I’m still looking around for my trophy, awarded for learning how to do Kira’s hair. It must be in the mail. Her kinky coarse hair is about eight inches long now all stretched out. We’ve never cut it. It takes forty-five turns to braid a strand. I’m thankful one hair-do lasts four weeks. I’m dismayed … Continue reading Drama Mama with the Hair