Monthly Archives: December 2010

Village Wisdom for 2011

  Well, here we are again –  at the end of another year. It’s a great time to reflect. What went right? What went wrong? What goals did I meet? What did I fall short of? Who did I help? … Continue reading

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Portraits of the Heart

I took down my Portraits of Uganda exhibit from A-B Tech College today; packed every piece safely in boxes, protected with bubble wrap,  and said a prayer of thanks to these beautiful individuals who gave of themselves to bring global awareness … Continue reading

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Adam’s Website

If I were 30 years younger, maybe I would get the following that my son gets on his website. Adam did a wonderful website over a year ago when we returned from Uganda. We just went to his site stats … Continue reading

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Gifts from the Heart

What are the most precious gifts that you have either given or received? I imagine that many of you parents, like me, treasure the hand-made gifts from your children and that all of us value the out-of-the-ordinary gifts from the … Continue reading

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More Art of RE

Who do you remember; what do you recall; where does your heart revisit? Okay, I admit that I am a reminiscent softy and I have albums upon albums of photos reminding me of people and experiences that I will cherish … Continue reading

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The Art of RE

  What if every American makes one or two intentional habit changes in 2011? – habit changes that dramatically affect the overall good of the world. Think about it. We usually make New Years resolutions to improve our own mental, physical, … Continue reading

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This photograph entitled, “Gratitude,” reminds me and our children to be thankful for education opportunities which are easily taken for granted. Of all the lessons learned during our family stay in the village, Ugandans’ genuine appreciation for chances to attend … Continue reading

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