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The past little while has been insanely busy...tons of good things happening, just all at the same time and at the same energy level...Ryan and I are both trying to slow down, make sure we get some sunshine each day, do something fun for ourselves, reconnect after the day and get nourishing meals and sleep...here is what's going on lately...
My testimony - Africa is one of the best things that has happened to me. I pray for my young women, I ...
I know I just posted...but I just had to write...
Today is St. Patrick's Day and I have always loved dressing up and decorating with green! So I have a green long-sleeved shirt under my green dress, shamrock earrings, and a crown of glittery green garland on my head.
I prepped my Kinder class last week for St. Patrick's Day, playing Irish music both calm and fast, showed them a video of Riverdance, and told the story ...
... went to dinner with them on Friday at Golden Beach to catch up and it was nice to just chill out with friends, listen to the waves and watch the sun go down.
Elder's Quorum - Ryan and his Presidency are rockin' it! His counselors are really motivated and excited about what they are doing...they just needed to be taught. They all go out and do visits to members of their Elder's Quorum and are doing all of the organizational stuff. Ryan is training them basically to be ...
... much money "appear" – and it was so easy to access. As Charles, at FFWL explains, “The whole country is in transition from charity to development”.
So, even sustainability for FFWL (which has provided 10,000 women with loans affecting probably at least 70,000 lives) surrounded by so many challenges, it will not be an easy road and will take time, energy, understanding, clarity and the assistance of many. The good news – there ...
... superiority. And Hutu women were praised as worthy, and more conscientious as women, spouse and mother and more beautiful. In December of the same year, the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF), a group made up of mostly Tutsi refugees, invaded the northern part of the country and civil war broke out. By 1992, there were mass demonstrations, and an accord was signed with the RPF in 1993. This ceasefire ended on April 6. 1994, when Habyarimana was killed when ...
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