Giving Thankfully #EpicThanks

I was going to write a post about Epic Thanks and the school that must be built. I was going to tell you about Gideon and Leah and how these two young people marched into my home and changed us forever. I was going to tell you how I cried and cried when Mama Lucy left because I wanted to bask in the warmth of her smile for more days. I don’t really have time for that today. Sloane has written beautifully about the Shepherds Junior School and the need …

Ladders, Work, Birthdays and Tanzanian Guests

I hardly had a chance to blog last week, I hardly had a moment to brush my teeth. I don’t have a lifestyle where I do a whole lot of hurrying around, this is part by design and part ineptitude. I am not the sort of woman who enjoys juggling too many things. Case in point, Jane’s birthday. I had a 10am meeting in a part of town where there is horrendous traffic. When you live outside of Los Angeles you can’t comprehend what we mean by horrendous. It can …