Welcome, and thanks for visiting! I started this blog in 2010 as part of my experiences living abroad with my husband in Morocco for 2 years. I’m excited to continue sharing those experiences and other nuggets from our lives now in Washington DC – you can expect a little travel, a little work, some exploring, quite a bit of cooking, and copious amount of dogs. Hope that you enjoy, and please feel free to contact me at any time to learn more.

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Bringing the World Home (the Peace Corps Third Goal)

“The logic of the Peace Corps is that  someday we are going to bring it home to America.”  President John F. Kennedy, 1961  What makes Peace Corps service unusual (amongst many other things), is that service continues long after volunteers leave their host countries! I have written in previous posts about the goals of the Peace … Continue reading Bringing the World Home (the Peace Corps Third Goal)

What I Wish You Knew about Morocco (Peace Corps Week special)

In honor of Peace Corps Week, current and returned volunteers worldwide have been asked to share messages on the theme of “What I wish Americans knew about my host country.” It’s been over half a year since I returned to the US (cannot believe how quickly the time has flown!) and hardly a day goes by … Continue reading What I Wish You Knew about Morocco (Peace Corps Week special)

An unfinished project, now complete!

I’ve written pretty extensively on this blog about my work related to gender issues and women’s empowerment as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Morocco (if you’re new to the blog, you can read some of those posts here). About halfway through my service in Morocco, I started a project with an amazing group of young Moroccan girls … Continue reading An unfinished project, now complete!

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