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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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A child’s laughter

Hey everyone, Today’s entry results from another Put-me-to-work-for-a-day challenge. One of Mark Abbott’s four challenges was to make a child laugh. Though I tend to make children laugh just by being (apparently) odd, I thought I’d take the chance offered … 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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Final questions from Ms Paquette’s 1st-Graders – Everything!

Hi everyone! This week is the last installment of my exchanges with Ms Paquette’s 1st-Graders (I am coming home next week, after all.) This week, the students asked about anything they wanted to. They really went all over the map, … Continue reading

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Answering Ms Paquette’s 1st-Graders: Clothes in Africa

Hi everyone, sorry I didn’t post a blog entry during the week like I said I would try to do. With only two weeks left, there is a lot to do, and I’m behind on a lot of my things. … Continue reading

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