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Our American children have finished school for the summer, but our children in Uganda are beginning three long months of school with six days a week of class. In my home, here, I’m hoping for a loose and flexible schedule for a little while. The kind of busy we had this year makes me feel … Continue reading A summer work ethic.
Kirabo means gift in the Lugandan language. That’s why we named our little girl such an unusual African name, however to live in America and not struggle with the pronunciation problems (keer-ahh-boe) we chopped the name down to Kira. And she’s as spunky as the name feels spilling off the tongue. Her presence in our … Continue reading Give the GIFT that gives twice.
The first time I ever went to visit an orphanage we were going to spend our spring break in the Dominican Republic. Donny was a freshman in high school and Jack was five. I had never in my life been to a third world environment. It was a shock going from upscale Scottsdale AZ to … Continue reading “As you Wish”
Anna Grace Kennedy has been with Kirabo Seeds from the very first mission team meeting I held in the living room of my house in Katy, Texas. She was thirteen and she wasn’t on the team, she had just spent the night with Ali Anthis and was tagging along for the meeting. As I described … Continue reading Definition of Selfless.
I remember riding in the car in mid-December during our adoption and seeing people everywhere walking along the streets with chicken legs clutched in their hands and a live chicken dangling and swinging with the rhythm of their walk. The wealthier people could afford to drape a live turkey around their neck as they took … Continue reading Chicken for Christmas Dinner in Uganda
Some of our children in our home in Uganda know adult things that simply shock us when we listen to the role play with their toys. Like the daddy’s get thrown out because they are drunks and have too many concubines. And the mama’s decide when to have their honey’s come for a visit while … Continue reading Inspired by a visit deep in the bush of Uganda’s village life