Some overdue photos

Somehow I painted my house in the theme of an American flag. Hopefully the next person who lives there likes it...
Somehow I painted my house in the theme of an American flag. Hopefully the next person who lives there likes it…
Me with Fidelia--she's almost 6 months old now and doing well!
Me with Fidelia–she’s almost 6 months old now and doing well!
Me pounding a yam to make yam pile one Saturday afternoon.
Me pounding a yam to make yam pile one Saturday afternoon.
Guys working on the cell phone tower right outside my gate. The whole thing was built without machines of any sort.
Guys working on the cell phone tower right outside my gate. The whole thing was built without machines of any sort.
Just a super cute kid
Just a super cute kid
Fluffy new baby goats!
Fluffy new baby goats!
My friend Drew leading the Glow girls through a music session. They loved playing rhythms on the desks.
My friend Drew leading the Glow girls through a music session. They loved playing rhythms on the desks.
Teaching the girls the dance to a popular song
Teaching the girls the dance to a popular song
This kid was born a few months after I arrived at post and now he's climbing ladders!
This kid was born a few months after I arrived at post and now he’s climbing ladders!
The liberation ceremony for the apprentice who works at the health center. She's on the left on her knees, about to receive her diploma.
The liberation ceremony for the apprentice who works at the health center. She’s on the left on her knees, about to receive her diploma.
Doing arts and crafts at Camp GLOW. If you donated, your donation helped to buy the paint sets you see here, which they took home with them.
Doing arts and crafts at Camp GLOW. If you donated, your donation helped to buy the paint sets you see here, which they took home with them.
Beginning the world map mural with some students.
Beginning the world map mural with some students. This was a fun project!

One thought on “Some overdue photos

  1. Just want to say, awesome blog. Someone linked to it on another site and I’ve pretty much read through the whole thing in one sitting. Have really enjoyed your observations and descriptions of Uganda and Benin; you seem like such a cool, intrepid, conscientious and big-hearted individual! Best of luck in all your future endeavours.

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