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in gulu~

We made it to Gulu, Uganda but our luggage did not. Other that that all is good. Elliott is having an incredible time and loves his new friends. Yesterday some of the kids taught him some breakdance moves! Too fun!!

i have a decent internet connectin in my friends office. I thought I'd post here what i have posted on my blog...hope your day is well and love filled. walk with gentle feet and a brave soul, touch what you are able, bringing peace and change....

I am not able to cut and paste from my word document? I am not sure why it will not allow. I am sorrr. But if you have made it this far, maybe you are interesed in our trip. If so, click one more time and you will go to the entry I posted moments ago on our family blog.

Thank you~


Corine Milano's picture

becca, Thank you so much for


Thank you so much for taking the time to update PulseWire with the news of your safe arrival!

I'm excited to continue reading and learning about your time in Uganda.

Here's wishing that your luggage arrives soon!

Corine Milano, Assistant Editor

--"We will surely get to our destination if we join hands."
Aung San Suu Kyi --

Today I did not have enouqh quality time to carefully read your blog entry. So much detail, but very valuable. From what I have heard, most people living in the Africa Continent are friendly. I was impressed by how easily your son made friends.

Could you tell me a little about the HEALS project. I have a friend with aids in Malawi who has a school for children with aids. Skip Matthews recently sent a wheelchair to her for one of the boys who has polio. The boy was delighted with the wheelchair because he no longer has to crawl on the ground:

Take a look at the picture at the bottom of this post:
The Heal Project

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