Kathy Davis left the United States for Uganda, abandoning her university studies and her previous life to aid her children.
She was class president and prom queen when she was 18. Katie was expected to attend a prominent institution and then have a successful career.
But, to everyone’s surprise, the girl gave up everything and went on a charity mission to Uganda.
The girl expected to spend no more than a year in the African country, but it turned out that she would be there indefinitely.
She decided to aid the neighboring youngsters by adopting one, then 12 more girls. According to Katie, this adoption taught her the most crucial lesson in harmony and love.
She met her love in Uganda in 2015. Now, he and his chosen one, Benji Majors, have 14 children for two, just one of whom is their son Noah.
A large family lives in the small village of Jinja, and Lake Victoria is very close. The girl spends the whole day with the little ones and in the evening she takes care of routine administrative affairs.
Katy recently wrote a book that became a New York Times bestseller. The book is called Kathy’s Kisses. Now the family lives on a modest salary and income from a published book.