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Hello all,
It’s been quite some time since I have posted on this blog. A lot has been happening and I haven’t found myself with the time or the inclination to sit down and compile all the shit that’s gone down here into another massively long post that nobody is going to read. Basically, things suck [...]

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Each trimester of the fiscal year, Peace Corps Volunteers are required to submit a lengthy written report to the guv’ment on basically everything they’re doing. It is infamously known as the Volunteer Report Form, or VRF. It includes sections for secondary projects, challenges, success stories, travel plans, and best of all, feedback. (Ooooo!) It’s a [...]

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Consider it an anomaly that I have posted on my blog 3 times in the last month. I promise it won’t happen again!
Anyway, I wanted to post a link to an article in the University of Florida Alumni Magazine about currently-serving Gator alumni PCVs! Myself and two other Gators were interviewed for this one, so [...]

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One of the things I’ve realized in the Peace Corps is that home is not really a place. It’s more a series of familiar smells. There’s a nostalgia that comes with certain comfortable smells from home. For instance, one thing in Ghana that makes me feel really far away is the smell of my clothes [...]

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