My Little Peace Corps Life: The Sea Wall

This is one of those stories I wrote about a while back but never ended up publishing.  This one is from around early to mid-October 2016, right at the start of my life at site in the Philippines. When I lived with my host family, I discovered a spot that still remains my favorite spot … Continue reading My Little Peace Corps Life: The Sea Wall

Peace Corps: A job, a lifestyle, a journey growing in unexpected directions

Taking a glance back at my blog posts I’ve come to realize I don’t talk much about my actual job.  I do in fact, have a job here! My Job Description: I’m a CRM PCV in the MAO of an LGU.  I work on PCRAs, CRMPs, IECs, and sometimes SWM, with MFARMCs, BFARMCs, POs, 4Ps, … Continue reading Peace Corps: A job, a lifestyle, a journey growing in unexpected directions

Batchmates, Site Placement, and Spiders: PST comes to a close

With Community Based Training coming to a close I have to take a second to appreciate my fellow batchmates. The crazy, kooky, and entertaining, bunch of Bath 275. Thank you for making CBT truly unforgettable and for helping me navigate this unique and challenging experience. There are not many people who are willing to wait … Continue reading Batchmates, Site Placement, and Spiders: PST comes to a close