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... home for orphaned chimps. There are 48 animals on the island. Chimps live in the forest in western Uganda. Currently the troop has no alpha male so there all kinds of diplomatic bargaining going on. There are 2 factions, the younger chimps supporting one candidate while the older set want an alternative. So there is a lot of intimidation, screaming and generally dashing about. The chimps are free to roam through the ...
... but these kids thought we had the answer to their problems. We tried to tell her that we didn't know what we were doing but she told us we just had to listen. So we did. We met with a girl and she definitely had a story to tell. She faced a lot of family issues. Her parents died near birth and the families that did take her in mistreated her in the worst ways imaginable. We did not know what to say. We just followed the Spirit as well as we could. We told her that ...
... Hayley brought water balloons and a pump and so her and Sarah sat and made lots of water balloons! Then it was Paul and Mike with the foam pumps against the children with all the water balloons! It was chaos! Hayley and Sarah were struggling to keep up with the demand! After what seemed like no time at all, there was a half an hour warning given to say goodbyes. And this is where it started to get emotional. There were so many tears, ...
... away on the only road that links Entebbe to Kampala.....the same road we watched 2 accidents the day before. Ugandan roads don't have many rules, it is every man for themselves....and often they drive on the wrong side of the road whilst trying to over take, so you can be head on with another vehicle until the last second. It is a scary moment for everyone, and so there were a lot of gasps on the way. The 'posh birds' fell asleep on each other and ...
... Entebbe), after spending time with dear friends here who are graciously hosting me in their home. Wednesday, I spent 5 hours on the road to visit with the orphan ministry in Jinja that Jim and I worked with in October, 2014, and to deliver some needed gifts there, as well, on behalf of a generous donor from our church.
The sad part is that I am traveling without my husband, whom I miss dearly. To that end, I am thankful that time is passing quickly!