This world is jam-packed with people. According to the World Population Clock there are over 7.4 billion people on this planet at this very moment! All those people make for a loud, busy, and chaotic world. So imagine a time when the world was quiet! No, not “solitude on a beach” quiet or “hiking a mountain” quiet, but… Continue reading peace in namibia
So I continue (though moving from Blogger to Wordpress) to journal this blog as part memory, part lesson, and private diary.
May Bird Among the Stars book #2 written by Jodi Lynn Anderson This is my first time blogging a reading response so forgive spelling mistakes May Bird is the main character who in book one gets sucked in to a swamp by her house. Luckily her cat somber kitty got sucked in with her. May Bird,… Continue reading reading response
written by Anouk… I’ve had an exciting month! On October 9th and 10th I will be the lead in a play called “When a Bad Plan Goes wrong.” I will play the witch named Nightshade! This character is a lot of fun to play because she is evil to her minions while she tries to… Continue reading madam president
Africa is a gorgeous country. It is a country of diverse landscapes, gorgeous vistas, interesting culture, and amazing people. And this “winter”, we had the opportunity to experience South Africa’s gifts by taking a trip along its Western Cape. After traveling to our respective homes and enjoying a fabulous Northern hemisphere summer, we flew back… Continue reading a southern african journey
Oops… this has been sitting in my draft folder since we went to Zimbabwe in April. I guess the end of the school year chaos caught up to me more than I thought it had. Here’s some words about our awe-inspiring trip to Victoria Falls. It’s not often that I’m without words. I usually have… Continue reading awe at victoria falls
We had a great summer holiday in the USA and I was going to hit the ground running in Belgium and start blogging about our trip to California. But when we walked in to the Bomma and Bompa’s house, my phone *dinged* with a message about the passing of my friend, former colleague, and Xavier’s… Continue reading a book for christina