We have been home for over two weeks now, and as you can probably guess from my dereliction of blogging duties, this was a somewhat tough trip to sum up in a series of short posts. I can also blame technical difficulties with our hard drive and the need to keep up with school and eMi work, but I am beginning to wonder if maybe it will just always be this way, this struggle to put into words what ten days of work in the developing world is really like. There are a lot of emotions that surround it all. But then we get home and try as I might, I can never really convey what is running through my brain. Even four months after our Kenya trip I fail miserably when I try to tell someone about it with more than, "It was a good experience. I'd like to go back." If you've done this sort of thing before, you get what I'm saying. If not, I strongly encourage you to take a trip and feel it all. And then I will sit and have coffee with you afterwards and understand completely when you can't get the words out either.
For now, I am happy to at least have photos to fall back on where words fail me. Here are some of my favorites from all of our time in Uganda. -Jenni
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