“As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” Proverbs 27:17 (NIV)
A lot of folks have been wondering how to stay in contact with me, so I thought I would just post on here! I feel so fortunate to have so many people who want to stay in touch – please do!!
If you have my US cell phone number – you can go ahead and delete it. I’m no longer on a US plan!
Option #1 – If you are friends with me on Facebook, Facebook Messenger allows for more than just sending messages (although that’s good too)! You can also make phone calls and video chat using wifi (if you’re connected) or data (if you don’t have access to wifi). This is probably the easiest route as you don’t need my Ugandan phone number.
Option #2 – Not a Facebooker or not connected with me personally? No worries! You can contact me on here (click the “Contact” tab), and I will give you other options!
Option #3 – My roommates and I LOVE getting mail! Okay, I haven’t been here that long, so I haven’t actually received mail yet, but I love the idea! Not sure what to send? We’re currently in need of duct tape, it’s really hard to find candy here (I was never a huge candy eater in the States, but it’s surprising what you miss), and we all love reading books but weren’t able to bring many because of weight limitations. If you’ve read a good book recently and want to send a copy, we’d love it! Include a note telling me whether you’d like me to send it back when we’re done or if it’s ours to keep. Just an FYI – it takes around three weeks for mail to arrive, so keep that in mind if you decide to send something. A simple letter is always greatly appreciated! You can send a letter using three Forever stamps or one International stamp. Mail can be sent to:
PO Box 775
Thank you so much for your desire to keep in touch! So grateful for the advances in technology that allow for me to stay connected, even from Africa!