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Fireside chats

Sometimes in the evening I have to go for a walk to clear my mind after a busy day. Last night I came upon a group of neighbors who were chatting and tending to their cooking fire. They invited me to sit with them. The old woman is one of our distant relatives and isContinue reading “Fireside chats”

2021 Year Donations/Expenses

This is a short video of our P&L’s. Uganda Partners has generously offered to process our support. They give us a 1099 at the end of the year. I’m always happy that our expenditures are low/very reasonable. I’m also grateful for the donors that have supported the work. Your support has been tremendous.

Banking Events

Going to the bank in Uganda is a bit of an event. I never know what might happen. I never know what personal information may become public or how my personal space will be invaded. A few days ago I went to the bank after work to withdraw a larger sum of money because weContinue reading “Banking Events”

A Day in the Life

Last Wednesday night I get a call from my colleague Richard, who has been working night and day. He is in the eLearning centre when I arrive in the morning and when I go home in the evening. He calls me to tell me to arrive to work by 7:30am the next morning because weContinue reading “A Day in the Life”

A Sweet Note

I just happened to browse my photos from a year ago and happened on this gem. Glory wrote me a note one day, some time before we travelled to Uganda. It says, To Mommy. I know that you have a very difficulties to getting to Uganda. I wish me Gracie and you could go soonerContinue reading “A Sweet Note”

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