Monthly Archives: July 2011

Saying Goodbye

June 8, 2011 This was our last day with the kids.  I cannot express my sadness at having to leave them.  They were all the most beautiful children I’ve ever seen.  I have to admit, I cried like a baby. … Continue reading

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I Missed Out

June 7, 2011 Today I’m a little upset.  I was horribly sick when I woke up!  I had a massive headache, clogged nose, and cough.  All I wanted was more sleep.  So, I skipped the morning work.  When I woke … Continue reading

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Culture Shock

June 6, 2011 Today I am feeling the full effects of my illness.  I’m exhausted and upset that I haven’t been able to do my best today.  I couldn’t run around with the kids or really play with them at … Continue reading

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Horror Stories

June 5, 2011 Yep, I’m sick.  Hopefully it’ll clear up soon. Last night Anna Beth, a girl volunteering directly with African Impact, told us some horror stories about the area.  Apparently a few weeks ago someone left the gate to … Continue reading

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The Other Side of Things

June 4, 2011 Today started out a little frustrating.  First, I woke up with my typical first indications of a cold.  Great.  Then, our first event of the day was postponed a bit due to a lot of people, including … Continue reading

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Table Mountain

June 3, 2011 Nothing really exceptional happened at the school today.  I’m continuing to build relationships with the kids, though.  I am going to be so sad to leave next week!  I’m getting so attached to them already.  They’re all … Continue reading

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Exhausted

June 2, 2011 Today was a great day, as it seems every day around here is!  I, of course, worked with the kids again this morning, and it was exhausting.  Because they have all warmed up to us already, they … Continue reading

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