We Built A Choo

And it’s HUGE!! So if you’re wondering where I’ve been since for the past forever I’m hear to tell you I’ve been busy to say the least. First I guess I should explain that choo is Swahili for bathroom and you say the double “o” like you do for the single “o” in the word…

Cruisin’ Through

It’s been a while since I’ve posted on here but I promise it’s been for good reason, buuuuttttt we’ll save that for another post! Since coming back from traveling with my family I’ve been really busy with various projects. I feel like I’m finally settling into a consistent work pace and things are moving along…

Guest Appearance

I had my first guests! If you didn’t already know or you couldn’t tell by my main picture, I recently had the pleasure of traveling and seeing a new part of Tanzania with my parents! The planning was long and the packing list was longer but they couldn’t have come at a better a time…

Could It Be….MST!?

Hello! Been a couple weeks but this post will be short and to the point because I have another one coming probably next week! Earlier this month I attended Mid-Service Training (MST) I’m Dar with the few individuals left in my cohort. We spent the week doing medical check-ups, reviewing some technical training material, and…

A Full Revolution pt. 2

Last week I celebrated my first full year in my village (when I say celebrated I mean I made myself a cake and ate the whole thing for dinner) and since then I have been trying to find the words to put in this blog. At first I thought I’d just write a normal post…

Another One Done!

Another project checked off the list, this time one that I didn’t actually think I would ever do! A little background first: When I first arrived in my village almost one year ago now (it will officially be a year in the vill in 2 weeks!) there was no secondary school. There were however some…