Whoa! Who said life in Africa was slower than life in the states?! My desk is piled high and my list of things to do just keeps growing. I’m still here and have several posts bouncing around in my head. I need a few good runs to sort them out and get them written. Last week I was teaching pastors on HIV in Katakwi. Then this week Monday, I had a chance to do an afternoon with Josh and Mandy on family planning in Obule. (That one has some great pictures!) Then I tossed some clothes in a bag and headed for Karamoja with Dr. Val for a few days. The roads between Kangoli, Moroto, Iriri and Nakyote were muddy, dusty, rutted and pretty interesting in more than a few places making travel an adventure as usual. But it was good to be planning and preparing for a big medical outreach next month.
All these stories and more on the way soon! Oh, and we have a new addition to the menagerie here in Soroti. On top of the usual life stuff, the team has a group of high school students from Grand Rapids here for a very few, but very full days, lots more planning and preparation for the medical outreach in Karamoja, and other irons in the fire so my journaling time is suffering. Also I still feel like I need more rest than usual and find myself a little short tempered so I know I need to slow down a bit. Thank you all for your continued prayers!