Day 71: Thanks Crayola (& Sally). Hebron was squealing with excitement! I told her she has to keep both the crayons and coloring book at the house. She said, “Ishi” (ok) & then attempted to smuggle them outside!
WARNING: This video of two Returned Peace Corps Volunteers who found love after they served is too cute. Proceed with caution!
Happy Valentine’s Day to everyone in the Peace Corps family!
I was helping make hamburgers and fries with some other Volunteers for some of our Cameroonian friends while visiting my regional capital. I love children here and this young girl seemed amiable enough that I could approach her. She didn’t quite get the fist bump so it turned into a one finger and thus, voila, E.T. phone home!
Peace Corps Volunteer Janelle Walikonis
This is my host brother having his hair washed by my host mom. He was born only a week after I arrived at my site. Because of that, it was always easy to remember how old he was. I took this picture close to the end of my service, so that means Jose is almost 2 years old here.
Peace Corps Agriculture Volunteer Sara Jablonski
While walking in Jozani Forest, Zanzibar in April 2011, I was able to capture many photos of these Old World monkeys, yet this was the only one who did not seem frightened as I approached.
Peace Corps Agriculture Volunteer Chuck Cascio