|Posted on September 19, 2010 at 6:30 PM|
Okay, after a long wait...here are finally photos of our new home in Kajjansi. There are still some fine details of decoration to occur over time (like more wall hangings), but it is a home that I love. I have never had anything created specifically for me before, so this home will always hold more significance to me than any other place I have ever lived. The Kavulus really did an exceptional job with overseeing the renovations and construction, and I will forever be grateful for their generosity and support during our transition.
For anyone interested in visiting Uganda, you are always most welcome at our home.
The front door to our home. Entrance is into the kitchen.
Shoes are taken off at the door to prevent lots of
muddy feet prints. Door to the left will be the space
for my office area. (Still under construction.)
Kitchen has become to heart of our home. Sitting Room is filled with children watching TV or
There is always someone here being playing games. I have added a table/chairs for
welcomed. Stove (or "cooker") has electric having meals. Also serves as a good work space
and gas options. Curtains were made by my for myself and boys completing homework in the
sister (a little touch from home). evening. Artwork from SMK decorate our walls.
Antwain's bedroom. Faces the dormitories to the My bedroom. Love the bed. Blanket was chosen
Big Boys. Bunk bed frames should be coming this by Henry. Mosquito net able to be brought down
week. Great place for Antwain and the boys to at night. Storage for luggage under my bed.
wrestle. Shelf about the keep special reminders of home.
Toliet Room. Tile is really beautiful! Shower Room. Either shower or basin bath.
Also a place to do our wash.
Photo of compound. Totally enclosed. To the Door to our home at the left, and then photo of
left are new classrooms for vocational training, Maize Mill to the right on the green building. Blue
my office, and doorway to the house. (The building is SMK's Medical clinic.
vocational classrooms and my office are still
On the other side of the blue building is this A typical scene outside of the Mosher home
wall and gate. Front gate secured at night, and in the evening! A parade of brightly colored
also patrolled by Calvin. Compound area to be sandals (or "slippers"). We enjoy the laughter
smoothed out, and I envision some large tables within our household daily!!
outside, too. The roofs of the buildings seen over
the fence are within SMK. There is a narrow dirt
road the separates the gate from a side gate of the
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