Working anyplace new is intimidating, interesting, integrating and always makes for good story. Grenada is no different. The island life is a good one, relaxed, always close to a beach and a drink of choice. That is unless you have work to do. Beach and drinks aren’t much of a distraction, ‘liming’ or hanging out… Continue reading Grenada: Work & Life on the island
Monthly reports are part of most Response volunteer’s life. Luckily I do not have to do the Peace Corps reporting that is now computerized matrix to input numbers based on objectives. Lots of monitoring and reporting. It’s great to understand whats going on, but it’s really difficult to understand what is really happening on… Continue reading Grenada: Six Month Work Review
Like most things in my life recently (past 3 years) the small thought that stirred softly strangely and easily made its way into a larger, possible, plan. My 3rd year position with Peace Corps was the same. See the queen in the middle of the picture, my first queen bee in Senegal. Before I came… Continue reading Summary of Beekeeping & 3rd Year Proposal
So a common phase in my village is ‘If you do “blank”, you will die’ said by many of the younger children in the village. For example, if you don’t take a shower right now, you will die. Or if you if you don’t stop playing with the knife you will get a cut and… Continue reading "If you do anything, you will die"