• Faux Cap, Southern Madagascar •
Taken around Thanksgiving time, these girls were part of the dear family I lived with during my time in Madagascar. Although they didn’t seem to have a lot, they were always joyful and thankful, and seeing this photo reminds me again that we should not be any different.
Wishing everyone in the States a wonderful Thanksgiving week!
Our village specialized in ‘bageda’…sweet potatoes.
After harvesting, we would bring them to the market and trade them for maize.
Although only Hanitra and Puppydoc are pictured above…
…the entire family worked very hard.
◊ A poem about this family ◊
Dear friends–it’s Meet & Greet time again!
Last month, because so many of you wonderful bloggers visited, I went ahead and collected your links and included them in this post, along with a couple of choice words from your comments describing your blog. I hope this will help jumpstart the day by making it easier for you all to start browsing and to visit your fellow bloggers (They are in no particular order…and they are all uniquely enjoyable!).
But since one sentence can hardly encompass the awesomeness of you all…feel free to comment again and to leave a link to your site or favorite post. And for anyone who missed the last gathering…be sure not to leave without saying hi!
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• Mahantantely, Madagascar •
Through my time spent abroad during the holiday seasons, I noticed something:
That despite our dissimilar lives, cultures, appearances, beliefs…
one thing never changes:
our love and compassion for one another.
• Takoradi, Ghana •
Wishing everyone much love this December.