Wow, there is just so much packed into a day here, it is starting to run together or blur in my mind!
First off, I made a big mistake and left the boys dorm room door open last night when I left after checking the internet in the hall! Male mosquitos (the non-biting kind, i learned only females bite) flock to the light and thousands upon thousands came in and died in the hall way. After sweeping, this is the damage I left behind. Wow. Thankful for bug spray. That is all mosquitos in that pile. No dirt. The other picture is our bedroom at Canaan's childrens home. Im on the top bunk which makes for a tricky bathroom run in the middle of the night! This is our girls devotional at night in the room.
Who needs toys in Uganda? They find their own entertainment.
Then I watched the ladies preparing lunch while the worship service was going on. These ladies were cooking enough rice, beans and chicken to feed 500 kids! Amazing! Everyone got a hardboiled egg to eat when they got there at 11 to hold them over until 1:30 for lunch.
cutting the chicken
Then it was time for praise and worship.
love this picture, this was on the back of a beached boat
source of the nile!
see where the current changes to the right? Lake Victoria is to the right, the nile starts from the bubbling on the left and flows left.
fishing village on Lake victoria
half of the team
the other half of us
not sure why Safari is in the name. The only wildlife we saw was birds ;)