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When it Rains in the Neighborhood

Home.. Soil.. Rain.

The monsoon season is here.

During this period, the weather becomes cooler as compared to the other months.

It rains more frequently too. 75 more words

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Rainy days and Sundays

There’s a beautiful gentle rain falling outside my open patio door. In its persistent softness it reminds me of home and connects me to the people I love on the wet west coast of Canada. 279 more words

Jamaica

Weekend Planner, January 9th-11th

Friday, January 9th 2015
Day: Mostly Sunny, calm winds to start with a high near 81, winds then out of the Northeast at 5 knots… 190 more words

Meteorology

Where's my Snow?

I wished for snow on Christmas.

Like the previous years, it didn’t snow in Singapore..

Aiyo, where is my snow?!

I guess I’ve to tell myself.. 23 more words

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The Tan, The Terrible, and The Torrential

Today marks one month that we have been in Suriname, and one month in a strange place creates a strange concept of time. So far, I have been able to relinquish a bit of my old habits and perspective, shed my other life, and really start to embrace my new one. 2,122 more words

Suriname

Sunday, The Day The Tropics Rested (Or How I Learned of Satchmo)

When I wake up every morning here in the lively city of Paramaribo, it is from one of three things: the blinding sun, the Reggaeton bumping off the interior of someone’s back seat speaker wall, or the hell hounds. 1,223 more words

Suriname

Suriname....hoooooooo!!!!!

Rumination. A thing the Brummetts are quite skilled at and more often than not, I find myself particularly accomplished in. I sit alone in the moisty air and think of how this body and this mind have had to adapt and learn to survive. 423 more words

Suriname