I’m sitting in the floor of O’Hare Airport, jet-lagged and badly in need of a shower. Our team just parted a few minutes ago. I miss them. I miss the people in Uganda. My word, I miss my family.
So I’ll use this time to (finally!) download some of the amazing pictures from the week, since I’m back to the land of high-speed internet.
This is only a handful–I’ll be posting plenty in the weeks to come.
The market just around the corner from Annette’s home:
This little girl followed us around shyly, but eagerly. Finally I stopped and gestured toward my camera: "Would you like for me to take your picture?" She jumped up and ran to this doorway to pose. She giggled when I showed her the picture on my camera:
Here’s a photo of me showing some other boys the picture I took of them. The kids–and the moms– LOVED this.
Oh, these faces:
(A few of those photos–can’t remember which ones–were by Keely, our trip photographer.)
That’s it for now–it’s almost time to board. I’m going home!
I’m going to go brush my teeth so that I can plant a big sloppy kiss on my husband in a couple of hours (not that morning breath would stop me from kissing that man right now, but I’m thinking he’d appreciate the effort).
Over and out.