Several folks are asking my opinion about the Kony film. I am not one to critique Jason Russell’s approach to being a change agent. His passion for social justice and his care for the invisible children of Uganda resonate deeply … Continue reading
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Mitch Lewis from UNC-TV interviewed me about my book and our family travels. This interview is a 12 minute story in the NC Now show. Click on the picture, click “Play” and forward to 15:10 to see the interview.
Each day holds new decisions that have to be made and to-dos that have to be done. Unfortunately, our impatience and need for control – over things we cannot – sometimes steal the gratification of decisions made and to-dos checked … Continue reading
There’s a man in my house. Thankfully its my husband. I have worked from home for the past 9 years, enjoying the solitude of the mountain views and sharing my home office with my dog. My husband lost his job … Continue reading
From Melibee Global Education and Consulting: http://melibeeglobal.com/2011/10/online-global-education-book-club-village-wisdom/ Melibee Global is launching its first, FREE, online book club, on November 10th at 3 pm EST. Our first book will be Carrie Wagner’s“Village Wisdom: Immersed in Uganda, Inspired by Job, Changed for Life.” … Continue reading
What a privilege and honor it has been for me this week to attend the Habitat for Humanity National Affiliate Conference in Atlanta. I have had the opportunity to meet country directors from Haiti, El Salvador, Guatemala, Cameroon, Kenya, South Africa, Kyrgyzstan, … Continue reading