Penny Randell, the author of Becoming African - The First Three Years. It is the unbelievable saga of mother and son's exploits in an urban-based African setting and beyond.
African Cats Kafu is the third African cat I have adopted, but the first that is not going to share a ride to America. The fare is too high these days, so the poor fellow must stay behind. This little kitten was about a month
Invisible Just imagine a culture where age created little attention, specifically when addressing matters of socialization. In America where youth is idolized and the middle-aged fellow is all but disregarded, such a thought would most certainly fall on deaf ears. But what if everyone
After more than a decade of coercion, Moffat finally convinced me to travel the necessary eight hours to his village, located in Uganda’s Western District of Arua. This man has been my dear friend, guide, confidante and traveling companion from Kampala for an excess of
Within Uganda the rhythm of life is penetrating and guaranteed to move you no matter how many left feet you may have. No country in the world is purported to be more in tune with man’s being than this one and its reputation espouses such
Although the extra air miles computed to many more hours awake, I purposely chose Qatar Airlines as my second carrier en route to Uganda, my final destination. Thursday morning saw me off on United Airlines, non-stop to Newark and then on to Brussels, Belgium. After
The Deer and the Comfort Just a few days ago the yearling deer I call, Fawn, meandered by my Evergreen cabin to visit my dog, Eilidh. She had already established a rapport with Eilidh and the two of them had recently rubbed noses and then