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It’s all in how you look at it

30 Mar

I asked my friend for a quick break from all my teachery stuff. We headed off the island for a quick trip to a beach on the continent. Got there. Found some cool coral pieces and shells on the beach. Took some pretty sunset pictures, and headed back.

Can’t post pictures till I can use a computer, but check back later for them.

So, then, you could say that we got to meet some local families, talk a while, do some work together, take a moonlit walk through African bush, see fireflies, listen to swamp frogs play, and have an evening out.
Or.
You could say, we got the truck stuck in the swamp and couldn’t get it out.

I choose the first one, but. The second happened too.

Go big or go home.  Or. Try and go home anyway?

Livin’ large folks. Livin large.

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