Monthly Archives: June 2011

Rainy Season

It took a while to officially arrive, but I think it’s actually here: rainy season. What does this mean? Mainly that it rains a lot. Normally in the afternoons when I’m trying to walk to one of my youth groups … Continue reading

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Worry and Wisdom

I’m a worrier by nature. Always have been. Case in Point: One afternoon when I was ten or so I looked visibly upset and my father asked me what was bothering me. My answer? Taxes. Clearly as a ten year … Continue reading

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Third Goal-ing It Up

I forgot to mention in my visit home wrap up that I actually did do something Peace Corps related in between all the eating and letting my friends shower me with love. In collaboration with a former Spanish teacher (and … Continue reading

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Alternate Universe

We all have those “what ifs” in our lives. Probably the biggest one for me currently is the “What if I hadn’t joined Peace Corps?”. I’m still in that weird state where I feel like I’ve been here a while … Continue reading

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Whirlwind

10 days was not enough. I doubt 20 would have been enough. So, to all those that I failed to squeeze in coffee dates or goodbye hugs or even the most brief of loving glances with, I apologize. But, those … Continue reading

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