Monthly Archives: June 2019

Wednesday photo: Happy early birthday, America

I won a ticket to attend the U.S. Embassy’s official Fourth of July celebration this year. There are plenty of reasons to want to go to the Embassy. There’s drinking fountains and nice (my vote for the nicest in country!) … Continue reading

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Wednesday photo: Pulled pork fail

I know that my friends said the pulled pork was amazing. I, on the other hand, am perhaps jaded from the ridiculousness of the whole matter. The grocery store didn’t have any appropriate-looking pork, so I went to the butcher. … Continue reading

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Wednesday photo: Fall or winter?

Determining when seasons begin and end in eSwatini has been tricky. Is it fall or winter right now? In mid-May fall definitely began in Mbabane. It smelled like fall and the mornings were definitely chillier. The few trees that lose … Continue reading

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What I have been reading

I have somehow found more time in my day for reading the last few months, which is fantastic. I have not done a good job of keeping up with my reading here, so I wanted to share a list of … Continue reading

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