As we sat in the coffee shop in Arua, I decided that if my bank card worked in the local bank's ATM machine (because I had no money left after the 2 month outreach), that I would stay in Arua. As I walked through town to the bank machine, I realized how much I wanted to stay and when my card worked and out came the Ugandan shillings I was thrilled!
The next morning I said good-bye to my students and co-leader and then back at the base I sat and wondered..."what have I done?!" :) But I'm so thankful I stayed to be able to experience all that I did and to grow some very important friendships there.
|Back From Sudan; In Arua|