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It's Official, We're Official!!

On Wednesday December 17, 2014 I was sworn in as a Peace Corps volunteer (PCV). We had a great swearing in ceremony. Many of us wore a seshoeshoe (suh-shway-shay) a traditional outfit in Lesotho. 383 more words

Grateful for family and friends

With the holiday season now upon us, we have so much to be grateful for. Even if we are separated from friends and family by oceans or continents, we are holding them close in our hearts. 405 more words

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To the Rain

On rainy days we don’t go anywhere. We don’t go anywhere because there’s nowhere to go. Sit in the corner, watch the water fall, the whole world is in my head. 611 more words

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Wisdom Wednesday: Kellie Bland (Nicaragua, 2010-2012)

This week’s #WisdomWednesday comes from returned Peace Corps Volunteer Kellie Bland (Nicaragua, 2010-2012). To learn more about our programs in Nicaragua, visit Peace Corps Nicaragua’s website… 143 more words

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Thanksgiving part Duex

Ok I know this is super long overdue. My bad. The first pictures are from our Sichuan-people thanksgiving get together in Neijiang.

It was a great weekend surrounded by all of the lovely Sichuan, and Chongqing 19’s/20’s who decided to join us. 348 more words

Trying to keep Cambodia beautiful!

My school is one of the biggest in the country; it has about 2,000 students and is separated into two sessions. The morning session is from 7-11 A.M. 445 more words

Dry Composting Toilets in Peace Corps Peru

Jacob, a PCV in Peru, made this funny but informative video about his idea to improve the livelihoods of community members! Although his dry composing latrine project has already received funding, you can check out the work of other PCVs and donate to their projects… 66 more words

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