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    by joy the baker in What it Means to Boil Water :: one of my favorite posts from Uganda.

  • Shelly Ziegler

    What It Means To Boil Water by Joy Wilson (aka Joy The Baker) "Breakfast, lunch, and supper emerge bubbling and warm from this mud stove. Every day a new fire. Every day a new bowl of boiling water. It’s simple, earnest, and exactly what it should be."

  • Compassion International

    "How much grace do you need to boil water? Well…. a lot. It’s a journey that starts with an empty castor oil jug, a long walk, a mud stove, and ends in a cup of tea and cookies. It’s more than a hike for hot water and cookies, it’s about a beautiful and loving life." ~JoyTheBaker #CompassionBloggers

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