Sunday’s Journaling Notes
We came into a real airport in Entebbe. Â Once we left Entebbe, we drove one hour north to the capital city of Kampala. Â OK, first of all these people drive CRAZY. Â I see now that this is just the way it is here. Â But I caught my breath a few times and had to cover my eyes more than once. Â (smile) Â There were whole families on mototcycles – they call these Boda Bodas.
My eyes and heart are completely overwhelmed at the poverty. I’m going to have to think about this some.
I do miss my family. Â I have complete confidence that God will take care of them. Â But I have no cell phone service and have found out that the computer at the house where we are staying is on a dial-up connection and slow as Christmas. Â With 15 of us to email and blog communication maybe minimal. Â We’ll see.
I really hope I can sleep tonight. Â I’m not a person who functions well, with little sleep. Â But I’m trusting God will take care of this or help me.
I’m really grateful to God that Rachel came on this trip. Â Getting to know my other team members is going to be fun. Â But well, I’m just glad she is here.
Adonai house is nice. Â Â I did get to write about seeing the kids in another post.