This was my second trip to Kiwoko in Uganda and it was even better than the first. I seemed to settle into the climate and way of life quicker than last time. I was also able to pick up friendships I had made last time as if I hadn’t left. Here in the UK I have everything I could want and more and yet whilst in Kiwoko there were only 3 things I missed:- Jonathan, Smudge and water (especially hot water).
The time has gone by so fast I can barely believe we are leaving in a few hours. My last teaching session was at 8am this morning. I am sure it won’t take me long to get back to my late nights and lie ins.I will have to pick up the pace again when I get home! At least it’s some time before I start back to work looking forward to catching up with J and friends over the weekend and lots of cuddles from Smudge.
Last year I never visited the farm so was delighted I could this time. They lost 6 cows and have 30 at the moment. I really enjoyed milking and was surprised how easy it was but would be very tiring after a while.
I was teaching the female ward this morning about vital signs and the male ward this afternoon. Yet again their enthusiasm is amazing. It was lovely to have time with friends this evening. Although this is only my second time here the friendships seem a lot longer. Joy and I worked in female last year together and she cMe to all my teaching sessions. The latter part of the evening we spent with the Wilsons.