Saturday was a great, sunny, hot and busy day in Jinja. There seemed to be more people out on the streets than usual. As David drove me around town and to Buziika (the village where Canaan Children's Home and the Amazima feeding program is) I felt like I was home and not just visiting for the first time. Jinja is really beautiful. It has so many pretty sights such as Lake Victoria and the Nile River. And, I know it sounds corny but I really do LOVE the red clay-like dirt. I don't even mind anymore that my feet are always a dusty red. The people are beautiful too. The children are so precious and as I drove into Canaan, I teared up because many of the children ran to the van yelling "Mama Tina or Auntee Tina". They remembered me. And it is not about me at all but it made me realize that God's business of relationships is really strong here with the children that the Heal Ministries teams have worked with.