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Easter came and went, or not. Mrs. Conroy and I attended Easter services at The Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Sorrows (Notre Dame du Perpetuel Secours). It was a beautiful Mass that lasted well over two hours and included many baptisms. We continued our Easter celebrations with a brunch with other expatriates. In a country that is about 98% Muslim, it was good to be surrounded by like minded people, if only for a few hours. I say “or ...
... around the city in our little Toyota, they also lived through our first ever over-24 hour dry season water cutoff. Together we came up with solutions for not being able to shower (pool time), how to plan a dinner with no running water (tuna sandwiches!), and dishwashing (boil some of the reserve water).
A highlight was our safari adventure, during which we espied water buffalo, many types of gazelles, antelope, baboons, red monkeys, warthogs, crocodiles, and elephants. ...
... and hard to get to rural areas. What was fascinating for me was the opportunity to get into an in-depth discussion with these two suppliers (through translation – they don’t speak French and I still don’t speak Houssa), neither of which have had more than basic elementary schooling but who have been doing this job for at least two decades. They have a very traditional supply system worked out in which the village ...
... that may violate my mother’s views on decency. With my parents trip to ***** in a few weeks, we can’t take out too much of the yard! The grass still needs some work, and Danielle is very excited to plant more of her herb seeds, but that will likely wait until after the hot season (August).
After a two-three month hiatus, the pool is now more than warm enough for frequent swims. Danielle is out there as I type working on her New York Times crossword book, and I ...
... including last week’s, have in the past quickly turned into political rallies and the two concepts are conflated and manipulated across the political spectrum in *****
9. *****ia—the largest economic power in Africa and *****’s next door neighbor—is holding incredibly important presidential elections within the next month
10. The degree to which one must separate faith, reason, and actions, and the degree to which we judge the actions of others ...
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