Monthly Archives: August 2014

What I’m Doing Here

Tomorrow I begin my job working at a primary school here in Georgetown. Although I know very little about what the job will entail, I am excited to begin a new journey. I’ve been thinking over the past few days … Continue reading

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“I Am on Fire Right Now” -Annie

Our first three days in Guyana were spent living with the sisters (some of whom have lived here for their whole lives) so they could help us adjust to our new culture. Now, we’ve officially moved into our own neighborhood … Continue reading

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“You Don’t Have to Be Crazy to Live in Guyana, But it Doesn’t Hurt”-Sr. Admi

I’ve arrived in Georgetown, Guyana and my new adventure for the year has kicked off to a brilliant start. Our day of travel on Monday was long and consisted of 5 airports, including the troubling airport of Miami and a … Continue reading

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The South American Journey Begins…

I’m moving to Georgetown, Guyana. My flight leaves in 12 hours…I’ll let you know how it’s going once I get there.

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Colorado in Photos

In June, in celebration of the completion of the school year and the volunteer year, my roommates and I road tripped 14 hours from Saint Louis to Denver. It was a long, flat ride across all of Missouri and Kansas, … Continue reading

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Alaska in Review: Let’s Go For a Hike

The following three photos were taken on my camera back in spring 2012 when I lived in Alaska. I had brought the camera along to take some photos of a hike, but when I whipped it out to take some … Continue reading

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