Category Archives: Family

Christmas Memories–Brooms for a roof.

  Some might say that Moses this is not the time to be talking about Christmas at all; it is time for serious business. Yes, I would totally agree with you if you are one of those who would rather … Continue reading

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Wedding Day Memories

It is now nine years down the road since Gertrude and I wedded in December of 2005 and sure the several stings of the honeybees in our lives have not taken away the sweetness of the honey. You might wonder … Continue reading

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Mercy Turns Four

I did stay for Mercy’s birthday after all before traveling to Juba, thanks for the boss’s postponement of our journey to a few days before to Easter. The kids were surely delighted to have me around for the birthday since their mother, … Continue reading

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Return to Juba

  It is nearly four months now since I left Juba, the capital of the Republic of South Sudan with the sound of gunfire behind me when all hell broke loose in mid December 2013 after the misunderstandings in the … Continue reading

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Truth, Genes or just Coincidence

It is said that one of the first organs that human fetus develops is the hearing organ and therefore the unborn baby may be able to hear sounds around the mother.When my wife Trudy pictured above was pregnant with our … Continue reading

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Emitono’s 5th Birthday – To or not be an absentee dad.

Today the twenty fourth day of July 2013 is our son Philemon Emitono Iputo’s birthday and I am glad to be present in Entebbe with him and the rest of the family to celebrate and share the joy of being … Continue reading

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Back Home with the Kids – Teaching them to work.

Work was as much a learning process as it was a game that Philemon and Mercy loved to play. I realized it gave them some sense pride and satisfaction that their parents recognized that they growing and thus becoming responsible … Continue reading

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