Monday, January 24, 2011

Settling in

Dear readers,
I just wanted to take a moment and let you know that I'm still appreciating your readership and feedback. It's interesting because I'm getting so 'into' everything I'm doing, that it's becoming difficult to step back and reflect. All this feels more like my LIFE than a trip abroad. No worries though... I'll be attentive through this phase of 'fading foreignness,' and I'll take note of what's in between being a visitor and being at home in this place. Look forward to a few posts this week about my visit to the Cape Coast Castle, Kakum National Park, meeting local seamstresses, and learning more about Ghanaian custom and culture from my new friends.
Be well wherever you are, sending you warmth and love,


  1. Sounds like fun...settlin' in. How amazing that you've managed to adapt to so many different settings and each offering a unique experience. Can't wait for the details.

  2. Sounds like you've had amazing experiences and just might have found yourself a cause worth looking into after graduation.

  3. How fortunate you are to be able to see the country through public transit, outdoor patios, and dinner conversations. I can't wait for a full report and public showing. Auntie Knuck