Mokos Bed and Breakfast
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not bad for a small hotel
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... so I am honored to have her as my singing companion. She is fabulous! I am raising funds to continue making more instruments (castanets, bell sticks and sand blocks) and to purchase a few keyboards...to help start a local community music class. Things are unfolding and continuing to evolve and move forward in such beautiful ways. Thank you everyone! This couldn't be happening without all of you and your support, time, donations, listening ears, and encouragement.
... the entire country suffered this trauma.
To help you put this into context, I'll offer the following antidote. Many travelers to West Africa will be familiar with the phrase "small small" used to describe something as inconsequential. For instance, if I were to ask you for a small favor - like a cup of sugar - I'd ask, "Can I ask you a favor, small small? I just need some sugar, small small." But, it is so commonly used that you'd think everything was "small ...
... buildings. We stumbled into that square and I just couldn't stop laughing. Headed to one of the poorest countries in the world, having randomly decided to leave the airport and visit a city we knew nothing about, walking around with no map, I ended up in one of the most beautiful places I've ever been. It was a blissfully ironic moment, and the only response was disbelieving laughter. And then... After a 9hr flight that I ...
... playing trivia games, relaxing together as a family outside, at a park, or by a pool, followed by a BBQ either at home with friends and family, or at a park with a Church group in the sunshine and a baseball game.
Not exactly the same here in Liberia. But we definitely tried...The morning started with patriotic music followed by a scripture reading of Moroni and his Standard of Liberty. Righteous men and women have been fighting ...
... they have been in contact with and we can't take the risk. I have visited most of my girls, but it makes me so sad because connecting with them in their homes and neighborhoods is a big part of what we do and what we have been doing and we have stopped that. I don't hug them right now either...ugh...stupid Ebola!
On a happier note, we are doing pen pal stuff with the young women back in the Memorial Ward in Houston! My girls wrote letters this last week for mutual and Ryan ...