In the hill country of Texas we are in full swing of Spring weather. Our bluebonnets are wildly splashed along roadsides in their enthusiastic and free manner to make any patch of grass their home. Windows are tossed up, fresh air fills the house, animals are shedding, and people everywhere are outside doing chores or … Continue reading Spring Time at Kirabo Seeds
It was an emotional week for the family at Kirabo Seeds as they said good-bye to Uncle Christopher. He has been volunteering at our home since January. Yesterday he arrived safely home in Texas. I’m sure he’s enjoying the first hot shower in months, a variety of missed foods, the comfort of family and western … Continue reading Thank you Uncle Christopher
Long ago an adopting mom who had found my blog contacted me. Erin Valdes was waiting for her court date in Uganda and she was adopting from the same baby home that Kira came from so we had an immediate bond. She and her husband, Jeff, wanted to bring their three children to come experience … Continue reading Goats have arrived at Kirabo Seeds.
Long long ago before I ever laid eyes on our baby girl Kira, while she was an infant in her baby home in Kampala, a mission team visited her home. Someone found photos of the kids on the internet and I was able to see more photos of her than I’d seen before! I contacted … Continue reading A story only God could write.
When I first lived in Katy I was privileged and asked to mentor a young woman, Mary Beth. It was such an intimate time of my life walking alongside her as she finished law school, sorted out her career path, journeyed through that first year of marriage, and committed herself to her ministry as a … Continue reading Mentoring Moments
Summer is showing signs of decline and the full stop is so close I can feel its breath on my neck. I personally feel like saying, “what summer?” Not only was I away most of it, but I also worked harder than I did all year long for most of it. There was that one … Continue reading Is summer a vapor?
When I began blogging I was far more open with details in my life than I can be now. I understand precisely when that shifted. It was when the enemies used what I wrote as ammunition in court against me, taking it out of context, twisting it to say not what I meant but what would serve … Continue reading Freedom to Write