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Visiting Namuwongo this summer!

Bob and I are off to Uganda in a couple of weeks!

We went together in 2015, and were supposed to travel there again in 2016, but Bob had an accident, and broke both his shoulder and hip. I was retiring from work, feeling quite exhausted, but decided I’d travel alone.

Now, here we are, ready to go back. We have our list of what to buy at the market opposite our favourite Coffee House 1000 Cups, including placemats and other cloth favourites made by Sophia. We are leaving with lesson plans, photocopies, and instructions from two (of seven) of the wonderful volunteers who went last meet with our newly formed " on the ground " committee... A lot to accomplish in a short time!

I wish we had more volunteers coming with us. But we are excited to meet up with old friends who were exceptional when I needed help in 2016. And we look forward to seeing Agnes, our teacher of the Namuwongo Literacy Project and the children, present and past. And friends we’ve come to cherish.. Wonderful.

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