For most people, "home" is not a troubling word. For me, "home" has been confusing for the past 5 years. Five years ago, Ghana became as much of my home as Pennsylvania is. I think that is why it wasn't very difficult or surprising for people to understand why I moved to Ghana right after … Continue reading home.
Wow wow wow it has been a crazy few weeks. As you know, I took a VERY unexpected trip to Europe last week and I am so excited to tell you all about it! As I said in my last blog post, I met up with Hallie in London where we stayed in a pretty … Continue reading Spontaneous
Surprise! I left Ghana for a little while... on a COMPLETE whim. I have been having a difficult time the past few weeks. Certain circumstances have created a lot of stress in my life in Ghana. Sometimes, I've learned, we need a break from our real lives. Real lives are stressful and often difficult, so … Continue reading SURPRISE
HI GUYS! Oh my goodness gracious, it has been so long since I have posted and there are multiple reasons for that and I promise I will always all of the BURNING questions that you all have in this post. 🙂 Ok long story, short, I have been MIA because I quit my job and … Continue reading Moving forward
I know, I know, you have all been DYING for my next blog post. To be honest, nothing really interesting has been happening. Well, thats not true but a lot of the stuff on my mind has been super boring or personal, and I promise, no one wants to be exposed to my current love … Continue reading It has been a bit
Ok so this week has been insanely difficult. We all know that already. So rather than dwelling into the negative junk happening in my life, I thought this blog post should be committed to the cool stuff about Ghana that people in my life might not know. Here we go, super cool info about super … Continue reading Let’s talk about Ghana
Hi beauties! There is a lot going on at home in America right now. Most of you know that my mom has been working in Honduras for a few years. Honduras is to Anita as Ghana is to Jordan. Every year, a few kids from Amigos de Jesus travel to the states to visit. They … Continue reading A trip home