I think back a few months ago and I remember all the things I wanted to document about my life I Kuwait. I had so many ideas to show everyone that I lived a pretty normal life despite Kuwait being a dry country. I knew from life that I was running out of time. It
In the midst of this pandemic, I wanted to share photos of my trip to Africa. Last week I posted a video of the students welcoming us to their school. Here are some more of my favorite photos from the school, enjoy. Walking to School All the students from Chihe Primary Elementary live in the
Here is a video of the students from Chihe Primary School welcoming us. Their singing and dancing was the highlight of my trip. I had to hold back tears a couple of times because it was beautiful.
I didn’t have any expectations for my trip to Africa. I was caught up in a whirlwind of never-ending teacher responsibilities. I definitely looked forward to my trip and I couldn’t wait. In retrospect, I am happy that I made the decision to go. After visiting Uganda and Rwanda, my life will never be the
I am currently at the airport and will not be able to write an official post. 😩 This is the reason why having a plan and a routine is important. I got so caught up in catching up and all the urgent things I had to do, that I didn’t write a post for today.