A series of events. (part 2)

The day continued from the before post…

2:08pm: It’s like a scene from Jumanji. One second, everything is great,
and the next it’s insane. All of a sudden, there is a large swarm of
flees in the bus. I hear screams of terror (mostly Michelle) and disgust
behind me. We’re swatting madly, but there’s just so many of them. Matt
explodes one fly, and starts to take out his anger with a piece of
paper. It’s covered in guts by the end of the day. 

4:30pm: Molly and I are bored of the drive and decide to pierce my nose. It hurts. 

5:20pm: We arrive in Kampala. Dallas driving ain’t got nothin on this
place. It’s insane. There’s no order. People are only concerned for
themselves. I fear for my life. 

6:30pm: We make it to our hotel. Fred prevailed!

It’s been a long day. It’s weird to think that it’s Tuesday night here,
and I’ll be home on Friday afternoon in the US. I feel like I’ve been
here forever, but I also feel like I just got here. It will be mixed
emotions leaving. 

P.S. Don’t worry, mom. I didn’t actually pierce my nose by myself in a
foreign country. I just wanted to see if you read the whole thing. Love
ya!

Also, I know I already said it, but HAPPY BIRTHDAY JUSTIN! Being in this country, seeing the things that we have, makes me realize who my friends are, and how much they mean to me. I wish I could have celebrated one last time with everyone before we all part ways for awhile, but I now know that I had to be here. . As they always say here, We shall all meet again.

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