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... 1) didn't have seats for all of us to get to Atlanta on the next flight, and 2) it would have arrived within 5 minutes of the departure. Sooooo......we all went home. Sophia went out with some friends and Rob and I had an easy afternoon reading and watching a movie.
All I can say is this is going to be an AWESOME TRIP!!!! God always wins, and clearly we were not meant to be ...
Hi girls, I am afraid to tell you but your father is an "offender"!!! We got pulled over on the way to Greensboro!! It was hilarious!! We thought the police car wanted to get past us to get to an emergency as his lights were flashing, then we realised he was chasing us!! Your dad was doing 73 in a 60 zone and he has been fined 148 dollars, luckily he wasn't sent straight to jail!! Pic attached!! The sheriff was a ...
... to apply to the federal government for permission to travel outside of the capital city, so if I am able to explore that will be wonderful, but no guarantees.
Not to be discouraged, I worked out a plan B. My amazing, wonderful fellow Spanish teacher from Greensboro Day School, Ayesha Swinton, agreed to come with me to Africa! Now everything feels much safer- two women out in the world without a concrete plan is ...
... on my own in Malabo to immerse myself in the linguistic and cultural practices of local Equatoguineans. During these two weeks I will seek an internship with an organization called "The Ladybug Project" which organizes on the ground experiences for students and volunteers. They will place me in a volunteer position with the local community. Their placement includes housing and transportation to and from the airport.
After spending a few weeks working within ...
... by my coworker Stacy Calfo.
Spanish Immersion "Off the Beaten Path"
Posted 11/19/2013 02:24PM
School Spanish teacher Morgan Sharp was chosen as the recipient of the
2014 Brooks Sabbatical. She will spend her summer in Equatorial Guinea
immersing herself in the cultural and linguistic practices of this small
Spanish speaking nation.
"Equatorial Guinea is counted amongst the Spanish ...