Joy in Tears #Uganda #butterfly #children #goodbye

I waved goodbye to my little Bethany who has been my friend over many years and many countries. We tell stories about Jesus together. Today she chose to leave with a friend. Her name is Stella and she is nine years old. Stella and Bethany my la fofo will love village children together. It’s hard […]

Fun #children #atozchallenge

  a ruler mark was a better way children should not have fun or play serious the subject in every day we must light- hearted laugh today follow the leader the silly way you don’t want to know that I taught a game   I have the upmost respect for teachers with all sorts of […]

A Gift to U #uganda #christmas

  The gift I send is love you cant pack it in a box or wrap it up and send it on a plane with a friend 1000 beads cant take its place red, green and silver ribbon can’t outshine its beauty it can’t be sealed in ziploc bags with a kiss village children won’t […]

Across the Street #photography #Ugandaliving

in the same lane motorcycles, trucks, and cars we walk, some make it   Pedestrians is the WordPress photo prompt for the week. I have learned to share a lane with multiple vehicles and other people in Northern Uganda.

Layers of Uganda #photography #haiku #Uganda

  storm clouds march forward savanna goes on forever layered her pain   The layers of Uganda – A woman is sorrowful at the loss of her newborn child but she does not cry, fierce storms give little notice, and the horizon seems endless.   The WordPress Photo challenge this week is Layered  

Ant Hill #Uganda #poetry

 hand tickles the clouds toes clutch creases of dirt ants raise their heads confused how did that ant get so big? children play hide n seek *mono peeks around the building footballs rush over high grass older boys chase fun village women pump water Pawell never sits still   * mono = white person   […]

Refuge #Uganda #Acholi #South Sudan #refugees

Refuge – A Safe Place One day where a pair of feet stand many feet will be running  where there a few huts there will be many the spade of hope has pierced this ground the seed of the future has been planted songs will be sung, children will be safe all because of the […]

Hut #Acholi #Uganda #atozchallenge

Big enough for two ants compete with the size kitchen outside Sand castles spring cleaning adds more rooms fit for a king I am off the grid for the next couple of days but will check back to see how y’all are doing. We didn’t dare to measure the ant hills but some appear to […]

2017 A to Z Challenge – A Piece of Uganda

The April  2017 A to Z Challenge begins in a few days on April 1st. All bloggers are welcome to share words, photography, you. We just returned from Uganda so I am inspired to share about this place and these people who were so welcoming and loving (so much so that we are hoping to return […]

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