Yesterday we moved to our own home!! I have been living in the Amecet compound. A small house, but nice and comfortable. Only my family has grown, and for 5 people it really got too small. Mary and Sarah need space to study, Helen and Catherine to play and then I also need some personal space! I bought a piece of land, just outside Soroti and started to build a home for us. My parents both passed away, while I was here in Uganda and we got some little money, which I used to build our new home. It seems to be good for the girls to live outside Amecet. They have all lived in Amecet and they do love the baby's, but it is time to be more like a family. Yesterday was the big move, we had already brought many things there, we were just waiting for the electricity to be connected.
Then we all went in two vehicles to our new home. I received two small palm trees and the people who live in Amecet n'ainapakin home planted one,
while the people who live in Amecet n'amun, planted the second one. Here Auntie Grace the cook, got her turn with the hoe.
They prayed for our home and for a smooth settling in!
After a busy day it is nice to rest! Catherine is now in a new BIG bed, she is very proud of that. And even got new sheets from Aunti Anneke!
This was a more personal blog, today. But it has all to do with Amecet. I feel blessed with the staff and the support I receive from them. For the five of us, a new chapter starts, we are all excited about our new home, but we do also miss Amecet a bit. I am coming to work there during the days, while before I lived there and was always involved in everything. We think it is right, but not easy.