Mokos Bed and Breakfast
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... air was fresh. Ryan and I took a walk along the beach after playing in the waves and laid out on the beach to get that beloved sunshine.
Work - I love my job! I have always taught private lessons and small group classes and the Kindermusik classes. I have always run my own music studio and teaching as a full time instructor is a different gig for me but I really love it. I am teaching Kinder I and II and 1st-9th grade music. Each class is different and each student ...
... Dublin was the one scheduled for this morning and he took me to Church. Ryan was home with food poisoning....I invited Dublin to join me and to stay if he wanted to. He did! He even sang along with the hymns! I gave him a Book of Mormon and he wants to read it and learn more. See, he would go to his own Church but he is working so that is why we invite them to come with us...so they can get to Church somehow on Sundays instead of going back to the complex or waiting out ...
After almost a year of captivity in Burkina Faso, Granite has freed me from Burkina Faso and taken me from this earth to freedom and fields afar - well OK we went to Monrovia.
Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of Earth
And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings;
... let them get discouraged. Unfortunately, there are no science textbooks, so it is just the teacher lecturing and then the students take notes.
After school, we had lunch, made one last stop at the market, and came back to bargain one last time with the individuals who sell outside of the gate of our host's home. We had one final dinner and then packed so we can leave tomorrow.
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not bad for a small hotel
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