Second-Hand-Basar at School!

We had our own little second-hand-store at our school. Students brought their good second-hand clothes, we (I and a team) sorted the stuff and set it up with some decorations and tea and cookies. Apart from saving money and material on clothes, we wanted to raise money for the non-profit…

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Progress on Illustrations!

I haven't posted about the illustrations for a while, but I have silently been working on those. And now, there's something worth showing for it. The commission is for 70h of work. I have about 20h to go. Ruth and Boaz (edited)Family TreeJob and his FriendsGod's Voice in the StormJob…

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What it all means: Rita

I went to Uganda last week to visit a small NGO I am involved in. In my last post, I described some travel impressions and some of the projects we do there. But when you put all these projects together, what do they add up to? They change lives. For…

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Travel-Log: Uganda 2019
Uganda

Travel-Log: Uganda 2019

Church, Africa-Style: Uganda's society is quite religious. No one would call themselves an atheist. Most are either Christians, Muslims, or follow Tribal Religions. There are prominent Pastors, "prophets" and "healers" all over the place. When they say something, people take their word for it. For better or for worse. While…

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Weeds, Luganda, Coconut Galaxy
My fish sculptures, now installed by the front door

Weeds, Luganda, Coconut Galaxy

School started today. You might think that I had vacation time before that. And technically, that is true. However, I was at home for the past 2 weeks, and there was a lot going on. And all this stuff comes together in a story about weeds, Luganda, and "Coconut Galaxy":…

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