This woman was an integral part of a three week life change I went through last year. When I was in Uganda serving beside her, she showed me a life so potently selfless that my whole heart was challenged by her. She called me her adopted daughter. She climbed up in my bunk to talk with me when I was struggling with the realities of AIDS and orphan abuse.
She made Africa a home for me.
I want you to meet her, and this is the best shot I've got at making that happen:
I give you Dr. Soxx:
Tell me a little about the organization you work with?
What do you, specifically, do?
What do you see as the biggest needs for the people you work with?
How has your time in Uganda changed you?
What have been some unique struggles?
Some unique triumphs?
Tell me one of your favorite stories from your time there?
Your motivation for being there?
What do you hope for in the future?
What can other people do to help?