December 30th 2019 As I am closing in on the end of my two years of living in Ethiopia, (WHERE THE HECK DID THE TIME GO???!!!) I want to share some lessons I have learned that I want to try and embrace when I am back in the States. The list isn't in any order,… Continue reading Lessons From Ethiopia.
August 24th-31st, 2019 Camp Glow was possibly the most stressful, exhausting, and time consuming week of my Peace Corps service. However, it was equally one of the most rewarding, inspiring, and uplifting weeks of this past year and a half. Camp GLOW stands for Girls Lead Our Worlds and is focused completely on gender… Continue reading Inside Edition to Camp GLOW
April 3rd - July 11th 2019 I APOLOGIZE TENFOLD!! It has felt like years since I have last posted. It is not that I haven't wanted to....but I have spent the last few months studying for the GRE and watching all of the Game of Thrones series...(I was against it for so long until I… Continue reading Reflections, Drew, and Frightened Toddlers.
February 22nd- April 2nd, 2019 My heart hurts. The past three weeks have been hard. It started with me in my house planning my next club session and all the sudden hearing crying and shuffling next to my house. Abba had collapsed. People ran to him and carried him into the house crying. We could… Continue reading My Abba Oli.
January 21st- February 21st Big Bro comes to Ethiopia! Big Bro comes to Ethiopia! Long post ahead of you but well worth the read, so you and your eyeballs just go ahead and continue on. 🤗 On January 31st David traveled from Cairo, Egypt to Jimma, Ethiopia. Jacob and I sat outside the airport waiting… Continue reading Getting High for the Kilimanjaro High.
December 1st - January 20th One year down and 2019 to start. I have lived in Ethiopia for officially one year. One year ago today I was saying good bye to my family and boarding a plane to fly out of the country for the first time in my life...For 27 months before coming back..… Continue reading Happy One Year Living In Ethiopia
October 23rd to November 30th I just finished taking a bucket shower in a little mud room section in my house. Currently now sitting on the floor, listening to Nathaniel Rateliff that I downloaded in Addis, as I reflect on this past month. Even seven months in at site, my days are still as unpredictable… Continue reading Happy Chicken Day!