Tag Archives: 1st-graders

Burkina’s funniest home videos

Sometimes, living in Burkina Faso is about developing leadership in the hopes the work you do will lead to real change and an improvement in people’s lives. Sometimes, it’s about a little kid pretending to be a martial arts master … Continue reading

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Welcome home!

Hey everyone, I’m back home and re-adapting to the sight of snow, the feel of sub-zero temperatures, eating cheese, taking hot showers and most of all, reconnecting with my friends and family. I miss both the work I was doing … Continue reading

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Answering Ms Paquette’s 1st-Graders: Food in Burkina Faso

Hey everyone! I had been thinking for some time about writing an entry about food, and the perfect opportunity has presented itself, since that is what Ms. Paquette’s class was discussing this week. Like last week, four 1st-grade students have … Continue reading

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