We’ve been in Geita now for several weeks now, and have transitioned well back into life and work in Tanzania — though our first ten days or so were a bit rough:
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I sent out our family’s email version of the May work report a couple of days ago. And it was really long. So I’ve decided to break it up into sections here on the blog. Today’s installment is the “Family and Life” segment.
Also — and because I’ve shortened your reading for the day, my friends — I’m going to add in a few extra of life’s anecdotes. Continue reading
“How’s the morning,” he offered as we passed one another.
His words were twisted and accented, though, making them sound more like, “Za asubuhi?“
I was so happy I didn’t even notice.
I’ve been running in and around Geita town for three years now. And this was the first time I’d ever passed someone else running for exercise. He was Tanzanian, probably 20 years old, and jogging slowly up the hill in our neighborhood. I was jogging down the same hill. Continue reading