Apparently, blogs aren’t that difficult to get in this day and age. Personally, I prefer to think what my mother tells me: I’m a unique little snowflake and everyone will want to hear about my experiences.
(Of course, I’m a little nervous about what happens to snowflakes in
For those of you who may not know, I am beginning my Peace Corps service in a little under a month. On October 20th, I fly to
For my first three months in
During this three-month period, I will probably have fairly consistent internet access at Peace Corps headquarters, so I will be checking my email and updating my blog as frequently as possible. So write me some emails folks (kebrownePC@gmail.com)! I would love to hear from you, even though I’m positive that adapting to an entirely foreign culture will be a breeze, that I will feel not even the slightest twinge of homesickness or craving for those cowardly creature-comforts of life in the
After three months, if I pass inspection, I will be sworn in and will move to a small village “en brousse” (in the countryside). From this point forward, internet access gets a tad sketchy (maybe once a month or two?). I’ll still be updating this blog as often as possible but the best way to reach me is…duh duh duh…SNAIL MAIL!! Yes, it still exists. So write me a letter, it will be a little like time travel and who doesn’t want that?
Corps de la Paix