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... I know without a shadow of a doubt that this is where God needs me right now. As soon as I decided on Computer Science (junior year of high school) my life changed. For the first time I knew where I needed to be. When I chose a Christian college (Messiah College) I wondered what God had planned for someone who can "preform surgery" on a computer, and talk with a system to tell it what to do. I remember Matthew Musselman, Kara Silvis and Scott Weaver telling me about their trip ...
... marvellous), and consists of about 40% of the bones of a female, found in the Hadar Valley, Ethiopia in 1974. She has a small skull capacity similar to apes, and bipedal upright walk akin to humans - supporting the theory that bipedalism preceded increase in brain size in human evolution. In 2007 Lucy and other treasures from Ethiopia toured the US for 6 years, part of the proceeds from admission fees went to the Ethiopian ...
... for 2 years in Kuwait and is coming home to see her father who lives in North Ethiopia. She looked shocked that I had just arrived 3 hours earlier and was on this flight. She had a bit more of a city girl vibe about her so was less shy than other people on the flight. She was doubly shocked when we arrived, she saw me at baggage throw on my big pack and walk outside at this little airstrip. She said "you have no ride, no plans, you are crazy, come with me".
So, I walked with her, two ...
... first thing and changed more dollars. We then went to the Cultural museum
which is set in the old palace of Hallie Selassie in the grounds of
the University. Inside they still had the separate bedrooms of the
the King and Queen along with his decorations, uniforms and some
other stuff. The main section was split into different sections
showing life among the different tribes with examples of pots,
clothes, jewelry, music and such like. On leaving here we ...
... A welcome hot shower, then a wander around the neighbourhood - dirt roads, tiny shop fronted shacks selling clothes, chyat, hairdressers, meat, alcohol, furniture or shoes. In contrast were the new 6-10 story buildings being constructed . Along the Main Street, mini buses spruiked their destinations outside tiny bars, chyat sellers, and coffee houses . All along the footpath were boys lined up waiting to clean your shoes, ...