I was thrilled.  I was going to see him.  Eventually, I was! 

So I almost screamed at Baine the driver to jump over any pot hole and soil hump in the way – to go see him.
I had to get there.  I had to see him.

Lord I was beside myself with exhilaration. 

I smiled, I laughed, I giggled…happiness became me.

I had given out almost everything I had – after hopes of seeing him had nearly ebbed but I was left with a t-shirt just in case I did get to see him.

So, I kept peering out the window for the path to his home.  I had missed it the first day from Pader to Kitgum.  I almost slapped myself blue!
Well I wasn’t going to miss it this time – Most Certainly NOT-Nah!
I had to see my favorite male this side of the country…

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Published by bakshikhan

Bakshi Asuman has worked with youth projects since 2007 that focused on mentoring and working with young people with training experience of over 7 years in Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights and Behavior Change Communication for youth led and youth serving organizations. He is a Master Trainer in Evidence & Right based SRHR and HIV prevention Intervention for youth Behavior change, characteristics of effective interventions, measure effects on outcome level, stigma and discrimination and Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights for young people are used and Meaningful Youth Participation.

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