There was a gecko in Jay’s room today. I think I will name it Gary if I see it again.
I have my own bicycle. it is a Panasonic ProngedHorn. I road it in our yard and after the wheel turned the opposite direction I was steering, crashed. I knew I shouldn’t trust a bike made by an electronics manufacturer.
There are bearded dragon’s that run wild here. If someone had told me that, I would have been here years ago. I haven’t got a picture yet, but one I do promise. Alfred, the one other man that lives with us, said sometimes he finds Chameleons! ...The search is on!
Jay and I conducted an experiment today with the water purification system Colby gave us. We don’t have the instructions, so we winged it. I am the control. Jay is the variable. He tried to the water, and I didn’t. So if something happens to Jay, we know it didn’t work.Now it is Easter morning. The first Easter morning I have spent away from family, friends and the United States. (by the way, I miss you all). Today is the day which make us Christians are who we are. Followers of Christ are built on what happened today many years ago. The resurrection of Jesus, which is a much more than just another holiday or reason to go to church. It is what gives us all the opportunity of forgiven sins, eternal life, and life to the fullest in Him. Easter is what gives us the confidence we stand on, the faith we have, and the assurance in Christ. Today is a day to celebrate. By his wounds we are healed. Today is the reason Jay and I are here. God on earth giving us Jesus Christ, Son of God, Word in flesh, was sinless, the spotless lamb that paid for all of our sins. He said on the cross “Tetelestai.” It is finished. Paid in full. Now, on Easter morning, think about today, and why it is what it is. Wow. It blows me away when I really think about it. I have been trying to find how to say Praise be to God in Luganda, but no luck yet. Maybe next time.