Monthly Archives: August 2014

“Being a red-blooded human obviously has its disadvantages.”- Spock, Season 1.

We’ve had  an amazing start to a belated school year. We were suppose to begin on August 13, but delayed one and a half weeks to make sure that we were past the initial incubation period from the first Ebola … Continue reading

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Snakes and Electric Fly Swatters

Greg and I do quite a bit of grocery shopping at Lotte Mart, our market of choice, mostly for convenience. We can wheel our grocery cart packed to the rim through the parking lot up to the convenient passage to … Continue reading

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Time to Cook

It’s spring break and that can mean only one thing, I have time to indulge my inner culinary artiste. I have of course been planning and cooking meals but that’s not quite the same as having ten days away from work … Continue reading

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You know you’re living in another country when…

You know you’re living in another country when…   The sign in front of the British School says…no loitering, no soliciting, no hanging-out, no kerb crawling (looking for hookers). The South African advertisements on The Discovery Channel are selling “car … Continue reading

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Our New Digs…

Seriously folks, this has been the easiest place we’ve moved to. The airplane ride was hassle-free, our airport pick-up was uneventful and our flat is furnished, comfortable and already feels like home. I’ve taken about a nine-minute video walking tour … Continue reading

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The “E” Word…

I thought that now would be a good time to post a little something about our newest adventure in Nigeria since we’ve been here nearly two and a half weeks and well, you know, because of the “E” word. You know … Continue reading

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