This week on Tuesday, my friend Misty Newsome, from Katy, left her three children behind for two days and drove three hours to come HELP me. I need help. I’m one girl here trying to do everything for Kirabo Seeds, and balance my family too. She offered her strengths in business, accounting, and marketing to … Continue reading Kirabo Seeds Opened a Store!
At six-thirty in the morning Jack departed with Robert to go wash the van. Never in my life would I imagine a child of mine waking at that hour to wash something. But when there are sixteen friends working together on a project it can’t be missed. I had a lucky streak with internet yesterday … Continue reading Simplicity Enjoyed here in Uganda
The three past weekends Jordan has been missing in our home! He has been Katy (the town where we moved from last year) bound every weekend. His friends are there still and they are such good wholesome friendships for him that I have no choice but to encourage him to have time there with them. As a mom … Continue reading Jordan’s challenge
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
My first introduction to Uganda was to come assist the ministry of the Comforter’s Center, a Christian crisis pregnancy center, run by Veronica. She and I have been friends for many years. I continue to be drawn back to the people here who knew me before I became “Mama Tonya”, a difficult role because there … Continue reading What will you lay down your life for?
Maybe I could watch herd behavior all day until my hunger knocked from the inside and dragged me away. Gwinny went to her new herd yesterday morning. I skipped my favorite yoga class to be able to observe the interactions of the horses. Kira was strapped to my back so she could see and touch … Continue reading Alpha Mare
My life has vibrant color refracting like crystal because I know Rebecca. I’m sure God made us sisters long before he created either of us, and I’m sure to honor this relationship. Even though she calls me mom, and wants me to be her mother, she is equal to me. She needs to get to … Continue reading Sisters