I think I did it, people! I think I am now officially the world’s worst blogger. I know my apologies for not posting always sound cheap and flimsy…probably because they are 😉 But, for those of you still out there, I love y’all anyways, and I am back on the update train! In order to … Continue reading
WOW. It has been a really long time since I wrote a post. Apologies to all my loyal readers out there—all ten of you 😉 To be honest, I don’t even really have that good of an excuse for not writing lately, except that life has just become…life. Having now been here for 14 months, … Continue reading
Not only have the past couple of months been busy with celebrations and holidays, but also crazy busy with work stuff. I made it through my first school term here in Guyana, and not just any school term, the longest one of the year–15 weeks! In those 15 weeks, I learned at least as many … Continue reading
Hello all! The past couple of months have been, as the title suggests, quite a whirlwind of holidays, trips, camps/events, milestones, and everything in between! In order to catch everyone up, I have decided to do a series of posts catching y’all up on how I spent my birthday/holidays, work stuff, and perhaps most importantly, … Continue reading
Hello hello! Apologies for slacking on the blog lately, but I have a few things I plan on posting over the next few days, so thanks for not giving up on me just yet! First of all, I just wanted to update everyone on what I’ve actually been DOING over the past couple of months–school started here … Continue reading
Soooooo, some of you have been asking me about things that I need in Guyana. Honestly, I can come by MOST things that one would need, except of course for Greek yogurt, goat cheese, and good toothbrushes, and I really don’t recommend mailing the first two. However, some of the things I need for my classroom and … Continue reading
The answer to that question lies in one word, repeated three times: Camps, camps, camps! Lucky for me, there are three other PC volunteers from the group before me (GUY 24) living here in Linden, and I got to participate in three different youth camps spanning about 6 out of the 8 weeks of summer. … Continue reading
1) Being 30 minutes late to something and hearing “Wow, you’re early!” upon arrival.