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This is my first opportunity to post an update to this blog
since arriving in Ghana. The delay has
been partly due to our busy schedule, and partly due to the need for the power
and internet connection to be functional for posting.
Mark Mickelson and I had safe travels from Spokane, WA to Accra,
Ghana. We experienced a couple of short
delays for the deicing of the plane. Overall,
the travels were smooth.
We arrived in Accra ...
... stalls that line the streets we were first met by hundreds of chickens all in pens awaiting to be sold for dinner they all reminded me of Thelma I couldn't possible buy one to kill myself ! I joked about letting them free and they told me god wouldn't want that ! We then Came across a stall selling every football shirt you could think of and managed to get a couple if Ghana football shirts . We then left coco and drove for three hours to ...
... upon by goats and pigs. It’s such a strange concept for them to literally just be everywhere but I’m very much used to it now- I think it would be strange to NOT see random animals walking around from now on! Sunday morning some of the older kids at the orphanage took us to church. Wow, what an experience! The service started off as per normal, well we think so anyway because we couldn’t understand a word of what was being said! Then all of a sudden ...
... relied on more than she will know. She has a determination within her she hasn't yet recognised, but we witness it everyday. Where regardless of all the forces encouraging her to go home, she has chosen to stick it out. Bri, from Montana, has helped me figure out who I am through our relentless in-depth conversations about life and all the small things in between. She has a strength within her that is unmatched by anyone I know. Her ...
... arrived on the first day of our Christmas vacation, after spending two dreamy weeks in morocco. We barely gave them time to adjust to the heat (morocco was cold) that they were plunged into Ghanaian culture right away, with a Batik making session.
One thing you can't miss here is the color and the style of clothing, especially with the misery that surrounds. People like to dress and the fabrics are bold and beautiful. It ...