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  • Education and Creativity

    When I was 10, in elementary art class, my art teacher challenged what I was painting. “It is a sunset!” I said with excitement at the stripes of red, orange, pink and blue. She responded,”Sunsets don’t look like that. Throw it away and start over.” I was devastated at the instruction as I loved sunsets […]

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  • Laura on Saturday

    Walking home from a neighborhood street sale (NY style garage sale), I popped in a Chinese restaurant around the corner from my place. I met Laura. She ordered just before me, abour 5’7″, 60 years old, black, dressed in layers of dark colored sweats and looked a bit downtrodden. When she spoke you could see […]

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  • Sudan Travel Tips

    Below is listed some basic travel tips for going into Sudan and more specifically Malakal. Hopefully this can help prepare you for what to expect. I have a ton of other posts about my time there and other pictures if you want some more information on what to expect or see. Remember when you travel […]