Sunday, February 03, 2008

Back to Uganda

Dear Friends,

Hello from Dubai! I hope this finds everyone well! This is going to be short, but I wanted to share that through the amazing generosity of a small grant, I am en route, back in Uganda for 5 weeks. Now, a year later, I will be continuing some of the work that began during my time in Gulu last February-March. I feel so privileged and excited to be returning, eager to see old friends, and hopeful about the journey. I will be resurrecting my old blog and updating it as much as possible in order to share my return trip and work with any of you who would like to follow along. I don't have anything up yet, but will post from Kampala as soon as I arrive.

For the next five weeks you can find me here. Please, please leave comments. I love hearing from you - it brightens my day. Sending each of you my very best and wishing you well....



Anonymous said...

Good luck to you and be safe. Wishing you all the best on your selfless quests to bring more smiles to more humanity!

Tom and Melissa
PS your wedding save the date picture is awesome

AHS Photography said...

Aimee, thank you so much for inviting us to photograph your wedding, but more importantly for inviting us to get to know you. You are an amazing writer and seem like an even more amazing person. The stories you share on here touch my heart and I pray God blesses you richly as you continue your work. Looking forward to meeting you and Minh in person-it will truly be an honor!
<3 Amy

doctorkimmy said...

Amy this is a wonderful opportunity. I wish you well and safe journey...Please get in touch as soon as you get back so that I can discuss details with you about the CIES conference and presentation. Enjoy and best of luck.
Dr. Kim Archung

Ali said...

aimee, aimee,

be safe and have a fabulous time! i'll be reading...

Renee said...


You are such an inspiration. Have a safe and wonderful trip, and please give Joyce a hug for me. :)

Lots of love!


Andrea said...

What an amazing journey you have planned. I look forward to hearing more about the work you will do and the people you will meet.

julie said...

Wow!! Looking forward to hearing your stories! Take care and have a wonderful trip. Hugs xxx

The Delinquent Debutante said...

aimee - looking foward to reading about your journey. be safe. xoxo emily

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plainy said...

Aimeelove, delight of my life, I miss chatting with you! Still, I'm thrilled that you are able to go back and do your thing.

I started teaching and I'm already in love with my class, even though we have a long ways to go academically and behaviorly (is that a word?). I'm hoping to do a lesson while you're in Uganda about Africa.

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