Don't lament the past nor be anxious about the future, simply rejoice in the moments of your life. It takes much courage to see the beauty and joy in the seemingly mundane here and now.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
My former student Meldon and Aunt Diana (Dr Perdue) never did get to see my beautiful office window at Longwood ... so here is a pic of our "office" and view. As you can see, I don't have a window because the office is desks under a tree. We strategically move desks during day as the hot sun changes position. The view shows the new temp classroom that is where I teach Form 1 (grade 9), its to right with burlap walls. We usually have cows, goats, and chickens visiting us throughout the day. So, if you've ever thought you don't want to be cooped up in an office all day ... maybe this is the solution?
Being who I am, this will of course be a streamlined site mainly to provide updates during my time in Kenya. For those of you who know me that means a minimal "bells & whistles" (no thrills) webpage. However, I hope to provide interesting writings to illustrate in the best way possible my service in the Peace Corps.
Note: The contents of this website are mine personally and do not reflect any position of the US government or the Peace Corps.