Monthly Archives: May 2015

Why Carpenter’s Kids?

Sunday was an amazing day in Mwitikira, but that will have to wait. For now, I want to tell a  short story. This is Manero, before he had surgery, arranged by the staff and paid for by the generous donors … Continue reading

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Goats, Kalamatas, and Greetings- Ten Reflection on a Year

As my time here in Tanzania winds down, I have ten thoughts to share, things I’ve learned from this wonderful almost-year. Goat: I don’t know if it’s red meat or the other other other white meat, but boy, it’s tasty. … Continue reading

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