Dear Friends, My writing has been somewhat neglected in recent months which can only reflect how busy they have been, and with every day so full and rich it is hard to know where to begin. With three weeks until I leave Uganda, I thought I better write at least one more time. I began writing … More Courage, dear heart.
Dear friends, It feels a long time since I last wrote and I have now reached the halfway point of my time in Uganda. Kiwoko has become like home now, a very warm home made by the people I live and work amongst. Days are passing by so quickly and yet are so rich with … More Village life
Pluviophile – a lover of rain, someone who finds joy and peace of mind during the rainy days Dear readers, Yesterday, the rain fell for the first time this month. I love the sunshine and warmth and have savoured a beautiful summer in February, but the rain has come at just the right time, giving welcome … More A summer in February
‘Today we said goodbye to our friend, Nakato. She has been the centre of the Kiwoko Hospital community for 24 years and now will be missed very much, We praise God she is now dancing in Heaven!’ I wanted to share a little of the life of one particular patient in Kiwoko, Nakato. The way … More – Nakato –
Dear readers, Oli otya -how are you? Bulungi – good Siiba bulungi – have a nice day Weebale – thank you Well my Luganda has at least come on a little bit since last time I wrote… Three sun-kissed weeks in Uganda and I have seen, experienced and learnt enough to fill many, many more. … More Ki kati
Week one in Uganda … More To begin, begin
I cannot believe that tonight is my last in Liverpool and my three months here have come to and end. I write this from my little bedroom in a lovely Liverpool home owned by Anna & Andy K, who generously welcomed me in as a lodger and have fed me unbelievably well… The final weeks … More – The end of a Liverpool era –