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Travel Blogs from Monrovia
... let him share more of what he's doing if you want to know about it.
Volunteer work: I started teaching music classes for the Living Faith Orphanage/School that is about 25 minutes away. It's such a blast! I love it. I teach a literacy class during Sunday school to a handful of ladies who are in their 60's or 70's...they are learning to read and write and they are so excited! It's very steady and slow and we talk about ...
... this first time around. It included a couple of parachute dance/singing activities, the Invisible instruments, Emotions orchestra, Find the 'egg'; etc. What made it fun was that there were other people in the office working and while she and I are skipping around the room with the parachute, jumping up and down and singing the songs, the others starting singing with us and laughing.
She recorded me singing all of the little songs that go with ...
... continued faithful and strong in the presence of this horrible experience of Ebola and death, fear and sickness. They were just as cheerful, kind, positive, and so welcoming. Their singing was just as loud as before and the talks and testimonies were powerful.
I am looking forward to being with the members again and serving them. So begins our next chapter in Liberia....we'd love for you to come along with us!
After Lincoln dropped us off at Kendeja there was a quick beer to cap off the journey. Then I crashed. But work began the next morning after a late breakfast when we met with Lincoln around 10am.
There was some business we had to take of before our research trip to Bolahun. We worked out some of these details and went into the city to get outfitted. This included my first African shirt, purchased for me as a gift from Lincoln. We had a mid-afternoon beer between our ...
... for our members.
Ryan and I were even contemplating not taking the sacrament anymore to avoid any contact with other people's hands or bacteria...yes, it is that serious.
We don't hug anyone or shake hands, we use sanitizer religiously even more now. It is scary for everyone. It hasn't reached here in Monrovia exactly, it is mostly isolated in Lofa County and at the border of Guinea...but people are being cautioned not to go there and if they do, for the rest of ...