Little Village Boy, Soroti, Uganda

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In the neighborhood near where Dr. Guimon lives, there is a little market place. On the second Sunday we were there, we went to hand out tracts. A camera is wonderful thing, especially one that can show you your photo right after you take it. Ugandan’s have cameras, so taking photo’s isn’t anything new to them, but I discovered the children get a big kick out of seeing their photo so fast. I would take someone’s photo and show it to them and they would get really excited. Within moments, I would be surrounded by as many as twenty to thirty children, all crowding in to have the photo taken. :) This little guy managed to get his taken all by himself. I wish I knew his name… 

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