Well, I think I have come to the end of my Africa posts.....maybe. I know that you are heaving a big sigh of relief with this after wondering, "Egads, how long can the woman go on about a trip to Africa? Thank goodness she isn't making us look at a slide show!" A long time evidently. Believe me, you think these posts have gone on forever then you might not want to read my notes from the trip. The Word doc stretches on for 20+ pages, single spaced with small margins. I am a wordy woman as if you hadn't figured that out already.
So without further "ado" here are some of my favorite pictures of faces from our trip.
The Engaged One's foster siblings Andrew and Patience. I probably should tell you that all school age children in Uganda have their heads shaved. Hard to tell boys from girls sometimes.
If you have a camera and you are a Muzungu (white person, literal translation) then you draw a crowd of children. It starts out with one and grows, sometimes exponentially.
This little fellow followed us into the dining room where we were having "brunch", and I use that term very loosely to describe what we were served. There were eggs involved but that is a close to brunch food as we got.
The maze seller in Nyahuka. You think, "Ohhhh, corn on the grill! Excellent". Ummmm, not too excellent to my westernized taste where this is really what I would term field corn. It is an acquired taste and I haven't acquired it.
This is the mother of one of our World Vision children. I loved her fast, so solemn when I took her picture but just moments before she was all smiles as she gave me a gigantic hug and kiss and told me something in Kinyarwandan.
Well, I think that is all for the moment at least from our African adventure. We have some other travel that is coming up in the months to come so you never know what pictures will show up.