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karaoke, ferry, sound therapy in the bush, a congolese home

Friday, 17 Feb 2012 | Views [941] | Comments [3]

With Christmas and New years out of the way, it was time for me to buckle down and complete projects...i sewed more African utility belts than i ever had before and sold over 200usd worth even selling 5 in one day. one girl had even sought me out ... Read more >

Tags: congo, ferry, karaoke, kenya, maasai, microfinance, nile river, simmers, tanzania, water tank

the house of poo, composting, broken eardrum

Wednesday, 7 Apr 2010 | Views [1019] | Comments [1]

i crossed the boarder with ease as i stepped back into kenya only to leave my baghdadi friend on the other side denied by ugandan reps. so sorry for him but smiling that im back and rested. customs always gets my heart beating but this time i had a ... Read more >

Tags: compost, congo, ear drum, granny, kenya, poop house, smearing, yala

water & electricity...a luxury? uganda?

Friday, 18 Dec 2009 | Views [961]

id never considered candlelight as anything other than an added romantic substance or a relaxing vibe for a massage session. but for the last month ive realized theres no luxury in 8boys and 2 girls crowded around a candle to read a book and eat your ... Read more >

Tags: poverty, simplicity, swahili, uganda

the cogo families get a surprize and some african contrasts

Monday, 30 Nov 2009 | Views [806] | Comments [1]

so this week has been one of the most fulfilling yet. i had a great time playing with the kids here at faith christian school and loved working on the art for their teaching aids. but when i realized the congo situation i just couldnt sit back and ... Read more >

i thought id seen it all....

Monday, 16 Nov 2009 | Views [821] | Comments [5]

i spoke of poverty a few months ago but ill admit i spoke too soon. i arrive in nairobi and am ready to start my volunteer work in the so called 'orphanage here in nairobi called 'faith christian'. i show up two days early to check the place out and ... Read more >

i have the land, now i start building?

Tuesday, 20 Oct 2009 | Views [880] | Comments [9]

great news, the coordinators husband came into town to visit and asked a simple question: how are things going, i usually check in to see what ideas, or proposals volunteers have? should i tell him this huge concept id though of for hours on end ... Read more >

Tags: land, organic

purchasing land...mama na dada community garden MNDCG

Saturday, 3 Oct 2009 | Views [1101] | Comments [2]

so the big news...if the tides work out correctly i will be having land in kunya village. the idea: purchase 2acres of land (1acre=600usd), use the land to grow food sustainably through permaculture design and deliver the food to the mama na dad ... Read more >

Tags: farm, future, grants, help, jobs, travel

field work, home work, raining fish!

Saturday, 3 Oct 2009 | Views [1860] | Comments [1]

karibu all! loads to tell ya, tuesday was fatastic. i went into the fields to work with the guardians. most had no shoes, one woman had only 1 of shoe, they were all in skirts. i showed up in pants and boots...a little overdressed id say. anyway ... Read more >

Tags: children, farm, food, inspiration, kids, land, love, poverty, seeds

News from the project

Sunday, 27 Sep 2009 | Views [964] | Comments [2]

jambo, i bring smiles from the kids and families here. thank you to all of you who are trying to help support the people here. sounds like i have many friends at the lorax, the t family, the eugene family, and blood family who are working so hard ... Read more >

Tags: beans, food, kiddos, love, maize, peace

kunya village

Monday, 14 Sep 2009 | Views [1676] | Comments [4]

nango beautiful humans, here i am in kunya village, my first destination. many of you know that 2 years ago i had a vision that upon arriving in africa i would recieve a name. the first night i got to the village, grandmother, the wise woman of the ... Read more >

Tags: africa, kids, love, mama

Break It Down

Monday, 31 Aug 2009 | Views [1265] | Comments [7]

lets talk insanity....lets talk realistic insanity. isn't it insane that each day in America people sit down to a cup of coffee which was brought to them by the hands of costarican farmers,  they then only halfway finish the cup because we know ... Read more >

Tags: africa, child, love, peace, trip, unity


Saturday, 15 Aug 2009 | Views [2291] | Comments [5] | Video

here is more info about where my first two months in africa will be spent. here is a link that will take you to their website for more information, video, and photos. http://mamanadada.org/index.html Background of Mama na Dada Africa Mama ... Read more >

Tags: aids, empowerment, hiv, kenya, kunya village, mama na dad



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