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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.
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!
Friday morning Jack and I spent the morning at the craft market with Robert. Once Jack arrived he said, “see ya” and off he went in search of bargains. He loves to haggle with his sweet face and the ladies mostly love him and just give the things to him. He didn’t buy anything for … Continue reading careful what you wear in Uganda!
We gave the team a big fun shopping day. All play and no work, and sometimes we just need that. What’s not to love about the African craft markets? I find them fascinating and energizing. I’m loading up on so many things I can sell back home to help raise money to pay for the … Continue reading A hospital visit.
Dr. Cindy and Abigail were in town for a mother daughter powwow and I was invited to meet them for a day of shopping. When I agreed weeks ago to accompany them I had no idea I would get to be Abigail’s personal fashion consultant. How I wish I could have taken photos of all … Continue reading Aunt Tonya: personal fashion consultant: Woohoo!
If a book promises to educate me about the delicate nuances of a foreign culture and help me believe I can understand the group think of a people then I will read it. If I loved it, I’ll push it upon everyone whom I share a book lover’s comradeship. Understanding different cultures is one of my … Continue reading America’s most competitive sport: Shopping