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Forever in Color

This winter has been bleak at best. The snow keeps falling, and turning to grey/brown slush that is just no longer pretty. If you’re anywhere near a city (or civilization) you know what I mean–the whiteness everywhere just isn’t cutting it anymore. 268 more words


ARCHITECTURE: The Forgotten Masterpieces of African Modernism

A field of triangular roofs pokes up above the horizon on the outskirts of Dakar, like a forest of wigwams that have been baked to stone under the scorching sub-Saharan sun. 1,105 more words

Arts / Style


I went to Senegal for the 2014 New Years Eve so I wanted to do a post about their dance. I thought I was really good while I was dancing. 181 more words


Ghana, Togo, Others For Lagos International Junior Open Golf Championship

Ghana, Togo, Senegal and Cote d’Ivoire have confirmed their participation in the maiden Lagos International Junior Open Championship from March 13 to 15, 2015 at Ikeja Golf Club… 257 more words


It Takes A Village

In my last blog I discussed a romantic view I had held of Africa prior to actually coming here, and how unrealistic that view turned out to be. 877 more words

40 things I learned in 360 days

40 things I learned (or were reinforced) in the last 360 days- a note to new peace corps volunteers and a reminder to myself

1. There’s always a reason not to do something. 372 more words