Leaving Lira

Transplanting yourself into a foreign setting can shake your physical world so much that the only thing left that’s readily accessible is emotion.

 

Every once in awhile, there’s a moment that changes the way you see things for the rest of your life. The “every once in awhile” in that last sentence can turn into “every day” when the emotions run as high as they have on this trip.

 

It happened last year and it happened again this year. I can’t believe it’s already almost over.

 

Thank you so much to everyone who has commented on my blog. Even though we haven’t had enough time or internet connection to let me respond to any of the comments, I’ve read them and they mean so so much.

 

We’re leaving Lira behind tomorrow and moving on to Murchison Falls. I might be able to write a real blog post on Wednesday night, til then we won’t have the internet.

 

Happy Father’s Day Dad, I love you and I’ll see you soon!

6 thoughts on “Leaving Lira

  1. Thanks! I love you too! Travel safely this week. Can’t wait to hear all about your adventure, the emotional journey that you and the others have shared.

  2. I’m so proud of you, Sara, and so eager to see your finished product. It takes an incredible deal of courage and strength to do what you’re doing. Travel safely, and I’ll see you soon.

  3. I can’t believe it’s almost over either! I feel like I just started reading all your blog posts. I hope you keep posting when you get back, because I really enjoy reading them all! Enjoy Murchison Falls!

  4. It’s so wonderful to read your blog posts. You so eloquently share your experience; your blog posts are such a privilege to read. I hope the last couple days have been going well. You’ve been on my mind! Can’t wait to hear more. You are THE BEST.

  5. Sara- Finally taking the time to read your blog, I find myself sitting in my cubicle at work in tears. You are absolutely incredible. You have already touched so many people back home and it is not surprise to see you making an impact in other countries as well. What you are doing is so admirable and the whole world is definitely going to benefit from you just being in it. You are an inspiration to us all. And in the words of TCusic, keep on keeping on. There’s no stopping the good you are going to bring to this world.

  6. Sara – I’ve been touched by your writing – when earlier you said it was one of the best days of your life, when you wrote about meeting with the soldier, and now telling us that you’ve had moments that will change the way you see things for the rest of your life. You really have a gift for speaking the truth and sharing the way things really are. Keep up the wonderful writing & reporting; you are sure to bless many!

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