PARIS

“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” St. Agustine BONJOUR!! To say the least, Paris was beyond beautiful. I can see why it has acquired… Continue reading

Reverse culture shock already?

  {It was hard leaving ACCRA. It felt like I was going home..}   I’m sitting here on my connecting flight in Lisbon, heading to Paris, and I can’t help but feel bitter.… Continue reading

PARIS

Journal Entry from September 1, 2016. Well, it is “OFFICIALLY official…” BONJOUR! I am going to Paris!! I will be leaving October 26th and returning to Accra on the 31st. I’m considering it… Continue reading

Update on Ghana- October 24th

I finally feel completely at home in Ghana. It took lots of time and reflection, but I have so much support it is amazing. The fact that I feel at home 7,000+ miles away from family… Continue reading

GO FUND ME LAUNCH!

  link to go fund me: https://www.gofundme.com/echoing-hills-ghana-2uugaga4 Echoing Hills Village, Ghana, is a non-profit organization located in West Africa. It ministers to those who are blind, deaf, disabled, or homeless within the local… Continue reading

poetry

Memories will no longer keep us connected Tossed and turned cause my memories ran so vivid. The dream never ended, As much as i killed to erase the memories, they still survived. And… Continue reading

WLI WATERFALL- VOLTA REGION, GHANA

We departed for the Volta Region Saturday, September 24th, 2016. It took us about 4 1/2 to 5 hours to arrive. Along the way it began to thunderstorm, so we were all on… Continue reading

Social Work Field Placement

ECHOING HILLS GHANA “Creating opportunities for individuals with disabilities to know and experience Jesus Christ.” Echoing Hills Ghana is a non-profit organization located in West Africa. It ministers to those who are blind,… Continue reading

YUM!

The food in Ghana is amazing. It isn’t hard to believe that everything is made through hard-work and love. Most of the dishes are quite spicy, so it took my body some time… Continue reading

Culture Shock

Akwaaba! (welcome!) to my first personal post about Ghana! Yes, I am officially in the MOTHERLAND. I have been here for 5 weeks exactly. It feels amazing to be here and to know… Continue reading