-People are friendly and polite. When you trip over your own feet, they say sorry.
-The weather is unbelievably gorgeous every. single. day. You have not experienced good weather until you come to Uganda.
-The food is to die for. I love me some chipati, pilau, and fresh fresh fresh pineapple. Yum.
-The last time I was in Africa, I felt like such an outsider looking in on African life. Now I feel like I am one - because I'm married to one.
-Everything is so green and lush. Even in the city. Prettiness all around me.
-Seeing Kelsey again has sucked. I don't know why we were ever friends. JUST KIDDING! I love that girl and the fact that I get to spend time with her in addition to my family and husband is a huge bonus.
-Speaking of my family - they are awesome. Yesterday Kels and I taught Grace (Frank's youngest sister) how to make pizza and it was such a great day. I have loved spending time with them and getting to know them : )
Because Frank's family was unable to attend our wedding, Frank and I decided to do a reception here in Uganda. His sisters planned the entire thing and it was so great. We had a thanksgiving service at the church with worship, a sermon (which was awesome), and prayers. Then we invited people to the reception at a Chinese restaurant. I could go on and on about the reception, but I'm just going to sum it up with this little nugget of gold: My womb was blessed by an auntie. She really wants twins.
I'm going to get on that right away.