Sweet Vigilantes of Kindness, I know you’ve been waiting to hear all about the well in Te Okot.
I wasn’t quite sure how to tell the final chapter of this story. A blog post wouldn’t be enough. A digital picture album wouldn’t suffice.
So on my eleven hour flight from Cairo to New York, I taught myself to use iMovie. Really, why not teach myself something new on long flight in a spacious and extremely comfortable airplane seat, right?
The movie is about 15 minutes long and isn’t professional by any stretch of the imagination, but I like that you get to go with me to see the finished well for the first time and you get to hear straight from the mouths of the people at Te Okot just what this well and the gift of solar lights mean to them.
So grab a big glass of clean drinking water and settle in for another great story of Vigilante Kindness.
5 thoughts on “Vigilante Kindness: Bringing Light, Water and Love to Te Okot”
Oh Alicia, what a beautiful movie! What a loving friend you are to those you serve in Uganda. Thanks for sharing the story of the well in Te Okot. It's wonderful to see. Much love to you. Lynn
Thanks, Lynn. They are so dear to me and I can't believe I get to do work like this, that this is my beautiful life. Sending love right back to you, sweet friend.
I got the blessing of watching this with your mom, Pete and Lisa. There were many tears of joy. We are so happy with your vision and work for such good causes. We love you. — Chris
Thanks, Chris. I loved being a small part of this project.
thanks so much for the beautiful video!