Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Three years of NOISE

So much has happened since the last time I posted in 2010. I joined university after the one year of work with FOCUS Uganda at Uganda Christian University to study a bachelor of Social work and social administration. Now I am done and await my graduation on 5th July 2013.

But over the three years, I have experienced love from my family and friends through the tough times and moments of celebration like my birthdays. I could never have done it without you my beloved. I am forever grateful!

Thursday, July 29, 2010


STEM is an acronym for Short Term Experience in Ministry.
A program by FOCUS Uganda that gives graduates an opportunity to to serve among students in Ugandan campuses.

I just had a blast this past year (September 2009 to July 2010)
meeting lovely people (students, partners, FOCUS Staff)

I thank God for everything that I had an opportunity to learn.
Am forever grateful to Him and all that gave their all to support me. LOVE YOU LOTS.

Sunday, April 26, 2009


It was so nice and touching to know that lots of youth all over Norway could make their way to this Christian festival at which they get to celebrate success after 13 years of school. Wow! So amazing. God was in control all the way. Hallelujah! Colorful attires, hyper active youth, committed facilitators. Mmmmmh! Huge, yet orderly festival.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Precious memories

Life in Trondheim has been full of adventure. Lots of traveling, in, around and out of the city. A beautiful city it is, with the oldest cathedral in the country, too magnificent for description, the famous science university NTNU, Gløshaugen and Dragvol branches. Less noisy than Oslo, the capital which I visited once and it reminded me of Kampala the capital of Uganda. I guess every capital is the same. Full of people and headache-causing. I met great people who looked out for me, including a cute kid who helped me gain confidence during ice skating. Trondheim Fri Kirke became like my home church back in Uganda, St. Francis Chapel Makerere. I thought about Sunday school every time I was there. Great cell mates, oh my, they were a blessing. God will forever bless them. Sylvia's visit recently, was such a refreshment. After infield, it had been another moment of silence. She was like a shower of joy and blessing. Too much laughter, talking and fun. I took her around to see a few sights of Trondheim including my favorite wall sprayed sites and we took some pictures. Now am looking forward to going back to Hald and I will have the last of Trondheim, my home for past 6 months.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Camping away

Children camps are always hectic but fun. This particular one was not any different, except that I was not directly involved in the planning process, therefore it was less draining. These kids were so sweet. We had a good time with good morning and good night hugs, cleaning off carnival-face-paint after a long struggle, playing instead of going to bed, new names for leaders like mamma or monkey or bat woman or pirate..., horse riding and rabbit hugging. Wow! A lot of fun.

Friday, January 30, 2009

Infield at Hald

Infield was fabulous, full of activities, like making hair, playing "ligretto",and of course classes accompanied by suitable breaks of slumber...

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Naked trees

Having been in Norway for some time now, I have learned to differentiate season from season. Unlike back home in Uganda where it was cram work that we have two wet seasons and two dry seasons, especially being the kind who is not familiar with farming.
The seasons are so distinct, as revealed by color of leaves, snow, extreme temperature changes, sometimes too cold that flowing water freezes in space, wow! Also, "naked" trees, "white" trees, making snow men and digging snow caves, not forgeting snow ball wars, Sun and moon up in the sky at the same time...