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Sometimes experiences are better expressed with snip-its

Welcome to my semi-poetic ramblings to help paint a picture.

  • Tipping the water filter just so to get the last amounts
  • Children running along the streets either to or from school…
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Beliefs & Black Coffee

I specifically remember being twelve years old, standing in the front room of my house with my father, talking about my issues surrounding monotheism and religion. 1,778 more words


Apple Picking & Pumpkin Plăcintă

October 15, 2018

How is it already mid October? I have been at site for 2 months. I have been in Moldova for 4.5 months. The last month has flown by. 713 more words

Peace Corps

Getting Lost in the Flow

School here is a little different than in the States. On the first day, the school had the First Bell Ceremony. The entire class gathered in front of the school. 224 more words

Peace Corps

Service Week Eighteen [A Skinny Cow Rappel]

Sometimes how it feels writing to you from inside the blog:One-sentence summary: The entire country of Perú made it through compulsory voting on Sunday, complete with normal robberies, protests, and vandalism; Monday was a feriado (holiday) and subsequently we had Second Sunday (my favorite kind of Sunday); the news of an early mentor’s passing, Well School teacher Kate Mott; a day trip to La Merced to mail my U.S. 1,053 more words

Peace Corps Peru

Science Rules

Greetings! Peace Corps’ primary mission in Liberia is education, meaning we volunteers are each assigned to a middle or high school. However, we are also encouraged to take on various side projects in our communities. 789 more words


The Route to driving trucks Part 6. Work / Home life balance for a trucker

This is the sleeping area inside my truck. I pretty much sleep here Monday to Friday. I will add a few more pictures as time goes on in my posts, but for now.. 1,255 more words