Again, I found an old post from a week after we had moved to Nyankunde in July 2015 and am reposting it below. I’ve commented
First Impressions and thoughts after moving to Congo in 2015 and now in 2018
I stumbled across this old blog post from August 3rd, 2015, less than a month after we had moved to Nyankunde, Congo. A big part
The shots this morning; reflecting on furlough
Bawump bawump. Cringe cringe. Bawump bawump. Stress stress. The shots ringing out this morning, echoing off the surrounding trees while I drink my morning cup of tea out on the porch, remind me how much living in Congo changes perspective.
‘Filling in the Gap’ with hope
“Filling in the Gap” was the phrase used by our program manager during our visits to distribute aid to the IDP camp over the last
A ‘Perspective-Changing’ Event – the IDP Camp in Eastern DR Congo.
What do you think of when with the phrase, “Life-changing event?” Marriage, a birth, buying a house, perhaps even a death? Yesterday I experienced what I would call a “life-changing event” or “perspective-changing event” when I visited an ‘Internally Displaced Peoples’ camp’ just outside of our neighboring city of Bunia.
A Bachelor Pad
When there are too many roosters in your hen house you have to make a bachelor pad