Urban By CityBlue, Kampala, Uganda
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... by sharing what they have with those who are even more needy than they are themselves. They consistently seek God's direction and blessing on each and every decision they make. And they are accepting of God’s plan when things don’t always come together the way they planned. Jim and I are truly blessed to have met them and thank them for allowing us to learn from them while help them where we can.
As Coty and I reminisced tonight about our ...
... very different here compared to at home. Here, families play more of a nursing role – they clean, feed, care for the child. It is hard to know for sure given the language barrier, but it doesn’t seem like families are consistently educated about the diagnosis, prognosis, treatment plan, and options for the care of their child. Consent is obtained from a parent for procedures, and some wards are better than others at explaining the diagnosis, but from what I ...
... as good as the first 2. As we travelled today we reflected on the diversity of names of people we have met on the trip: Herbert Brenda Doreen Apollo Florence Gideon Job Isaiah Angel Precious Special Bruno Trevor Vanessa Patience Betty Teddy Mabel When we went to pick up the medical team in Matugga we bumped into an English woman called Pauline who is a gynaecologist and training to be a Reader in the Church of England. She had been in Uganda for a week on placement and lives ...
... guide was called Joseph and was very knowledgeable. We saw dozens of hippos sleeping/yawning/sitting in ****/resting in the sun, it was really hot. To my delight, we also saw a whole load of different birds- great white pelicans, great cormorants, long-tailed cormorants, african darters, giant kingfisher, malachite and pied kingfishers, egyptian geese, bandicoots, coons, purple heron, goliath heron, squacco heron, egrets, fulvous whistling duck, african ...
... They were both happy and loving their adventure. Dean even took a selfie of himself on our camera saying to us that 'This is the best picture in Africa you will ever have.' They were writing a blog with the title, 'You Only Live Once.' Last week we decided to look up the Age, as we do every other day, and we saw the headline 'World Adventure ends in tragedy for two Australians' Jim scrolled down and saw the picture of Dean and Tanya. They were killed on the road on their ...