About

I am an alumna of The Madeira School, Goucher College, The National Outdoor Leadership School, and Camp Alleghany for Girls.  My current adventure is serving as a sustainable agriculture agent with the Peace Corps in Senegal.

Disclaimer:  The views expressed on this blog are mine personally and do not reflect any position of the U.S. government or the Peace Corps. Or any of the other institutions mentioned above.

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4 thoughts on “About

  1. Great story about the burrito. I look forward to hearing all about your next steps. We had a fun night with Kim and Bunny, my shooting went well, probably hit 80% of the skeet using about 4 boxes of shells so I felt good about that. Enjoy the flight.

  2. Great posting on whyy! Much flooding in Thailand, Toon’s home in Bankok has water in the first floor, their village home is okay. Hope oyu have enjoyed the beach vacation, I am sure you needed the break. We go to Mary Susans son’s wedding in Wilmington next weekend. Did a 40 mile ride Saturday, weeded all day SUnday before taking youth group to see movie Corageus. The carrots and sweet potatoes you planted beside the beans are ready to eat, the tomatoes almost finished, we had some for breakfast this morning. Oh I love and miss you. During the movie a dad took his daughter to a restaurant and it reminded me of our lovely night together in Baltimore before the MCATS. I sat in the movie crying with love and pride for you. I am so happy that you are living out your dreams, never do something that does not fulfill you and you will be happy.

  3. Mary–your having your own field is the best bridge. I hope nick publishes something–his love and pride for you makes me cry!

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