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Months ago when I applied for this grant I wrote my proposal which detailed my dream of how I would spend this sabbatical time. In December when I learned that I would indeed be taking this journey I began to make more concrete plans. Several things affected (or will affect) enacting my initial vision.
-My husband got a new job, and is now unable to take as much time away as we had originally hoped. He'll still join me ...
... on my own in Malabo to immerse myself in the linguistic and cultural practices of local Equatoguineans. During these two weeks I will seek an internship with an organization called "The Ladybug Project" which organizes on the ground experiences for students and volunteers. They will place me in a volunteer position with the local community. Their placement includes housing and transportation to and from the airport.
After spending a few weeks working within ...
As a faculty member of Greensboro Day School I had the amazing opportunity to apply for a grant to travel, do research, and bring my experiences back to my Spanish class and my greater school community.
I was notified that I had received this grant in November, 2013. Some of the details of my trip have changed from my original vision, but I wanted to include the original ideas as part of this story. Here is the original press release about the ...
... 15 miles left we were all dragging pretty hard; it was so hot and we were so tired. We'd been passing quite a few ponds and when we came up to another one I asked her what she thought and she said she was game. So all three of us pulled off the road, parked our bikes, undressed slightly (we were still in bras and shorts) and dove on in. The water felt absolutely fantastic. It was so wildly refreshing, I felt immediately rejuvenated. After about five minutes of swimming a woman came ...
... and Sam, two of our leaders, and their cheery selves and some good conversation made me feel much better, more alive and awake. We stopped to play on some hay bales before cruising into lunch around mile 40. By this time, I felt a lot better. I made another stop with Taylor, Annie, Lorraine, and Kim (an alumna) for a bathroom break and some scratch ...
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