I was so worried Richard would feel like we were spoiled and ungrateful for all the luxuries we have. But he didn't show any kind of resentment toward us. he just asked questions and loved learning about how we do things in our country.
It was so exciting to watch Richard get so excited over everyday things we have in America.
American Houses:"They are so well planned"
most are not paved and have the biggest ditches and holes scattered everywhere!
Uganda bota bota:
(we told him that's not normal here but some people do dress their pets up.)
"you American's think of everything!" Richard said.
Ugandan lawn mower:
"More food?!? Now I understand why my friends come back from the USA with big bellies!"
lunch:beans and rice
dinner: meat, beans and rice
Church in Uganda is full of dancing and loud singing!
At the Krohn's Conservatory we saw plants from Africa.