Category Archives: Uganda

Our Work in Peace Corps

I talked to my sister a month ago and she asked, “So, what is it that you do in Peace Corps? You mostly post about daily life.” I appreciate that observation because I think it’s really important for you all

Our Work in Peace Corps

I talked to my sister a month ago and she asked, “So, what is it that you do in Peace Corps? You mostly post about daily life.” I appreciate that observation because I think it’s really important for you all

Out of Order

That’s how I have felt lately. Just completely out of order, not available for much else besides focussing on settling into our new home for the next two years. I can’t remember what I last blogged about and I failed

Out of Order

That’s how I have felt lately. Just completely out of order, not available for much else besides focussing on settling into our new home for the next two years. I can’t remember what I last blogged about and I failed

Family Donations

Aaron’s Dad has been suggesting that we link our PayPal account somehow to my blog so that it’s easier for our family to get money to us. You can click on the “Donate” button in this post for that purpose.

Family Donations

Aaron’s Dad has been suggesting that we link our PayPal account somehow to my blog so that it’s easier for our family to get money to us. You can click on the “Donate” button in this post for that purpose.

Wabedo i Tororo

This is a short article I wrote for the Peace Corps newsletter. I’ll be lazy and just make it a blog entry as well:) I’ll add a bit, though, first. We love our host family! We are lucky because our

Wabedo i Tororo

This is a short article I wrote for the Peace Corps newsletter. I’ll be lazy and just make it a blog entry as well:) I’ll add a bit, though, first. We love our host family! We are lucky because our

Part 2 of Training – Check

It’s 1 a.m., been a long day, and we need to be up at 5:30, so this won’t be a long post. But I just wanted to update you all about our training. We are done training as teachers. The

Part 2 of Training – Check

It’s 1 a.m., been a long day, and we need to be up at 5:30, so this won’t be a long post. But I just wanted to update you all about our training. We are done training as teachers. The

Week One in Uganda

There’s so much to say and we’ve only been in this country a full 6 days! I’ll start off by saying the following. So far, I was handed a Ugandan baby to hold while her brother played volleyball. I held

Week One in Uganda

There’s so much to say and we’ve only been in this country a full 6 days! I’ll start off by saying the following. So far, I was handed a Ugandan baby to hold while her brother played volleyball. I held

Care Packages

The mailing address is: Peace Corps Volunteers Tororo Robin Rentrope PO Box 463 Tororo, Uganda (THERE IS NO POSTAL CODE) So, some of you said that you want to know what we need once we get here since we could

Care Packages

The mailing address is: Peace Corps Volunteers Tororo Robin Rentrope PO Box 463 Tororo, Uganda (THERE IS NO POSTAL CODE) So, some of you said that you want to know what we need once we get here since we could