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Uganda in a few photos…

I promised I would post some photos from Uganda so here they are, long overdue! A damp afternoon in the waterfall’s spray Tea fields after the rain The sun’s plunge Life lived in red mud

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unfinished imperfect…

This morning we were greeted by a soggy pool on the office floor. We clustered around it, trying to figure the puzzle, checking out the options. It wasn’t raining so the ceiling shouldn’t have been leaking. The pool was far … Continue reading

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red dirt and a bumpy road…

Rain drops drum beat their pitter patter on the office’s corrogated iron roof. Dark clouds gloom grumpily overhead, airing their grievances against the stark stretch of steel-grey sky. The hills resonate and rumble with the booms of another a rain … Continue reading

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I hope you dance…

This song just came crackling over the radio – funny to hear the drawl of country in the depths of an African night but it felt apt, right. It spoke to me so tonight I thought I would speak with … Continue reading

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storming the sky…

All day yesterday the air felt heavy and hot. Then, as dark fell the clouds sparked, caught light and set fire to the sky. The darkness blazed brighter than day and the hills seemed to roar in protest as the … Continue reading

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these electronic echoes…

It occurred to me today that working in an office in Uganda is not so different that working in an office in London… it’s just that the internet connection here would try the patience of a saint whereas in London … Continue reading

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the eagle has landed…

I arrived in Uganda late last night after what seemed like a forever of flights. There was a stop in Rwanda on the way but it was too late to see anything but an inky black speckled with distant lights,  … Continue reading

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