don’t worry mom, i’m safe

It started with a great conversation,
which gave us hope that this was going to be a quick and easy process.

Going into Kampala and visiting Immigration became a routine for Pastor and I over the past few weeks.
So, not quite the speedy process I was imagining at the beginning.

But, today, this is back in my procession:

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my passport

 

And in my passport is aย newย stamp.
This new stamp is my visa allowing me to stay in the country for another three months!

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it’s official!

 

PTL!
Thank you to everyone who was praying for my visa to go through.

much love!

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