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The Book Bequeath
April 26, 2015
Why simplifying is so complicated. Downsizing's a bitch. It's emotional. Stuff holds memories and we feel a sense of loyalty to the memory it's associated with. In a month we are moving. For four years the thirty boxes of children's books sat in a room off of our garage. I knew we needed to go through them and reduce them. But I resisted,...
Placed yesterday by Christine in Guatemala the threequel

Doors Slammed Shut = Doors Flung Open
April 23, 2015
Doors. Funny things. Simple things. Powerful things. They either let you move forward or they don't. I used to see doors slamming shut was negative. I'd happily go about making my plans, then wham, plans stopped cold. I hated that sound, until I realized the best parts of my life have started with decisions made after the door slammed shut....
Placed yesterday by Christine in Guatemala the threequel

'Daktari Uncle!'
April 23, 2015 - Moshi, Tanzania
Toeterend, remmend en voetgangers ontwijkend rij ik door de binnenstad van Moshi. Overal mensen, overal verkeer, nergens verkeersregels. Iedereen doet maar wat en ik dus ook! Het recht van de snelste en de sterkste geldt hier. Ik ben er weer. Terug van weg geweest. Het voelt alsof ik twee levens heb. Mijn ene leven is in Nederland en het andere...
Placed 5 days ago by Anke in Tanzania

Can Cultural Diversity and Clean Water Coexist?
April 22, 2015
All this craziness started with me. I was raised in an international household by two immigrant parents, one Asian, one European. I have family on opposite sides of the world. I was raised with an awareness that stretched around the world. Then I marry a Canadian. My interest in other cultures continues. The girls were 13, 9, and 4. We had...
Placed 6 days ago by Christine in Guatemala the threequel

Can Cultural Diversity and Clean Water Coexist?
April 22, 2015
All this craziness started with me. I was raised in an international household by two immigrant parents, one Asian, one European. I have family on opposite sides of the world. I was raised with an awareness that stretched around the world. Then I marry a Canadian. My interest in other cultures continues. The girls were 13, 9, and 4. We had...
Placed 6 days ago by Christine in Guatemala the threequel

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