Monthly Archives: November 2010

Currently Loving Malawi

Wawa! Well, it sure has been an eventful week! Monday I went to Lilongwe because another PCV, who works with the NGO Save the Children, needed some volunteers for their Every One campaign launch event that was Tuesday. I met … Continue reading

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Africa: Not Fit for Man nor Beast

Even though Rainy season ebbs nearer, hot season still gnashes it’s violent teeth at me. I am now even happier then before that I do not live by the lake because I would truly melt. Today is blistering hot. Period. … Continue reading

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Third World Super Women

You haven’t seen a silent strength like this before The long hours of physical labor “women’s work” I wonder if their necks aren’t made of steel or Their hands of thick, soft kevlar. I’ve seen these women accomplish impossible feats … Continue reading

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Tut-tut, Looks Like Rain and Other Stories

The transition from October to November is also the transition of seasons here in Malawi. While most of you at home are pulling out your cold-weather gear and bracing yourselves for winter, here in the Southern hemisphere, we are preparing … Continue reading

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