There's been a change in the weather. Usually, November is a very rainy season for Luwero. However, something has happened in the recent years. The rain has stopped. And in it's place, there is a beating hot sun. Anyone who drives two hours to Kampala will find themselves in a rainstorm. But for whatever reason, the rain in Luwero has been withheld. This is a big problem because without rain, crops don't grow. When crops don't grow, people don't eat.
That night, we sat outside with the kids. Mr. Segun was outside working on the generator. His phone was playing music. Excitedly, Joseph ran over to him, took his phone, and brought it back to me so I could hear the music. I asked him to show me some of his dance moves so he did. Soon he was teaching me as the other kids watched and laugh. At the end of each dance, they said thank you. Before we knew, Sebastian and all the kids were up dancing with us. The sky turned black and lighting started brightening up the whole sky in a glorious display. We ran to the back of the house and danced like there was no tomorrow under a lighting sky as rain finally began to fall. It was probably my favorite moment out of the whole trip.