“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” -Neale Donald Walsch
“I believe that all wisdom consists in caring immensely for a few right things, and not caring a straw about the rest.” -John Buchan
“There is no right way to do the wrong thing.” -Unknown
“It is better to be alone than in bad company” – George Washington
“The hardest struggle of all is to be something different from what the average man is.” -Robert H. Schuller
“You fuss too much over making the “right” choice Gaius. All we need do is make a good choice, see it through, and accept the consequences.” ― Graham McNeill, Fulgrim
“If you don’t want anyone to find out, don’t do it.” ― Chinese Proverb
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of Liberia describes the severe impact Ebola is having on countries in West Africa. Sharing because I think it gives perspective.
In the months since my last post I have completed my 2 year Peace Corps service in Kenya, went home for 6 weeks to visit friends and family in 4 states, and moved to Dakar, Senegal where I have lived for nearly 1 month in my Peace Corps Response position as the Communications and Media manager for the Stomp out Malaria Initiative.
What a whirlwind…huh?
I’m really excited about this new adventure. And I’m really excited about blogging differently. While in Kenya, I created my blog to keep my friends and family updated on projects, after my visit it home it is clear that my friends and family must make up 1% of my readership. Without the pressure of updates I feel free to write more about what I’m feeling, and I am feeling a lot. You will still here about my projects, my travels…you know my experience but this time, my WHOLE experience.
Eeek I don’t even have a photo to include in this post. It’s clearly time to take my camera out to capture this beautiful place.
Check back soon.