photos from Africa

Posted on: July 17th, 2009 by Jennifer 6 Comments

I apologize for the delay and the lack of updates while Amy was in Africa, but she lost her iphone early in the trip and never "phoned home," so to speak.  Anyway, we will be posting a personal blog from Amy recapping her experience in Africa as well as lots of photos in the days to come….

Here are the first few photos…

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  • Sandy

    WOW–great photos..many happy faces..JEN thank you sooo much for sharing these pics.
    YOU are the best!
    (Ok..Amy is very very good,too:-):-)
    I love seeing all those smiling faces..What a unique experience for all..the kids in Uganda, Amy and her family…many unforgetable memories in their hearts.

  • sara

    awesome! attaway Jen and Amy! glad to hear the trip was so cool! what an awesome experience!

  • Amy Autumn Brooker

    I love the pictures! Looks like a wonderful experience for all.

  • Zoe W

    Jen Thank you for sharing and keeping us so included…what lovely photos…I love to see Amy so happy…what a lovely time for her and her family..I am sure Amy will have a lot to share.

  • sheila

    you guys look really hot out there

  • Julie Muller

    Jennifer,
    Wow! What amazing words (loved the pics, too, but was captivated by your words)! You really ‘hit the nail on the head’ with what you said about technology. It can by very stressful and overwhelming, but more than that it can be soooo disconnecting. Nothing can replace a hug or time spent face-to-face with another. I have many friend who cannot believe I am not on Facebook…my answer…I am doing the best I can to maintain my current relationships (well). I can’t imagine opening my circle even wider at this point. We all need to take a step back and let the people we care about ‘know’ we care, not stretch ourselves thin and have regrets later. Hope you enjoyed your walk (Blackberry free)! As a mother of three boys, I know the importance of those walks and how those bugs are the greatest gift ever put in front of a little guy’s face! Take care.

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