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reflecting

I’m officially an RPCV. I made it. Done. Leaving on a jet plane, don’t know when I’ll be back again. I’m sure that in some point in the future, I’ll be able to think more clearly about what I’ve accomplished … Continue reading

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ain’t no party like a gojam party

All I wanted to do was get home and watch Dexter. I hadn’t been feeling well since returning to Bahir Dar from my trip to Hawassa. I had spent yesterday afternoon at the PC office trying to get some work … Continue reading

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“that virgin, vital, beautiful day: today”

It’s 6:30am, 12:30 Habesha time. The pleasant sounds of my neighbor’s screaming baby stream through the window. It’s time to get up now. Get ready. I shimmy out from under my bednet and start my morning routine. It starts in … Continue reading

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welcome to lethiopiah – dancing elisabet

You asked for it. Well, some of you did. Here’s another installment of Welcome to LethiopiaH. Here’s some footage of my adorable host sister dancing. It’s totally worth one minute and 39 seconds of your time. I promise. I haven’t … Continue reading

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migib on the mind

This is a post about food. Before anyone gets excited, a caveat: I’m no foodie nor do I have what one would call a sophisticated or discerning palate. Please don’t expect a thoughtful critique of Ethiopian cuisine and its history … Continue reading

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