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Eat a Rolex

September 27, 2014

Time is ticking away. Your hunger pains are at the verge of making nasty noises. I say you try something new. Eat a Rolex. Now, it’s not what you are thinking. This masterpiece comes from the streets of Uganda, not the world headquarters of Geneva. Street corners in Kampala are filled with Rolex stands. You [...]

My Heart Belongs to Uganda

September 14, 2014

Ah, summer has melded into fall, and the kids all made it back to school. I took a short break from blogging to savor the last moments of summer. Spend time with my kids. Regroup with inspiration. Welcome the fall with open arms. There’s lots of news. Some I can part with right now, other [...]

Meet Josephine

July 7, 2014

Meet Josephine She’s independent. By this I mean she’s got her own sense of style, and let it shine during picture day. Looking through the handful of student pictures I receive each year, the photos contained white socks or no socks. But not Josephine, our little Josephine rocked the red socks. She did not care [...]

A July 4th Toast to our Girls

July 4, 2014

An appropriate topic for today, as America celebrates Independence Day. Let’s break down the dictionary definition of Independence.   in·de·pen·dence noun \ˌin-də-ˈpen-dən(t)s\   : freedom from outside control or support: the state of being independent   : the time when a country or region gains political freedom from outside control   Related to INDEPENDENCE   [...]

Dreams Achieved One Girl at a Time

June 30, 2014

Meet Maria. She loves to play outside. She dreams of college, a career, and a family of her own one-day. She wants to learn…devour all the knowledge she can. When it comes time to hit the playground Maria laughs and giggles with her best buddies. She longs for adventure and freedom. So do my three [...]