Monday, August 13, 2007

Binge Posting

I'm catching up on the last three months of blog posts that I have stored on my computer. If you're still checking this space, you're quite the hopeless optimist, but it finally paid off! Keep checking back for updates and thanks for reading. I'm slowly posting my way to July...


Blogger Jon said...

Yay! Justina's blog is active again! And just in time for her San Francisco visit...

7:39 PM  
Blogger chrissoup said...

Yipee! I always think of myself as a pessimist, but maybe not. I do enjoy expat blogs (mostly for France), and yours in particular--it's a little different, and you are such a good writer. Wish I could remember how I found it...

12:32 AM  
Blogger Nandita said...

Hurray! I've been checking for updates and what a treat to read all your stories!!!

7:08 AM  
Blogger Ebony said...

glad your back online. ya should write a book one of these days. you're very talented.

11:27 PM  
Blogger evicious said...

Justina, despite the fact that I will see you in about an hour, I have to remind you to check out Global Voices if you haven't already! It's an international collective of bloggers who are really engaging and interesting like you!

4:07 AM  
Blogger me said...

miss you.... and waiting for those july posts.... i know, it must seem ages ago for you know.

3:36 PM  
Blogger Diane Davis said...

I found your blog and have loved reading it. I'm DYING to know... where were you placed? I couldn't find the specifics in your writing.

I am a RPCV from Kenya (01-03) and was down the Sigalagala road (closer to Kakamega on the Kisumu side)... also about an hour bike ride to the forest. I spent some time at KEEP and went to Rondo whenever I had a visitor. I was a public health educator.

I also really enjoy your writing. :)


10:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

will there ever be more?

12:24 AM  
Blogger Ray Blakney said...

Good Day Justina!

Sorry to bother you. My name is Ray Blakney and I am a RPCV from Mexico. I am working on a 3rd goal project with the PC regional offices and the main office in DC to try to create an online archive to keep the language training material made all over the world from getting lost. I have created a sub-section on the website my wife and I run - - with all the information I have been able to get to date (from over the web and sent to me directly by PC staff and PCV's). I currently have close to 100 languages with ebooks, audios and even some videos.

The next step for this project is that I am trying to get the world out about this resource so that it can not only be used by PCV's or those accepted into the Peace Corps, but also so that when people run across material that is not on the site they can send it to me and I can get it up for everybody to use. I was hoping that you could help getting the word out by putting a link on this on your site at:

so that people know it is there. There should be something there for almost everybody. It is all 100% free to use and share. Here is the specific page of the Peace Corps Archive:

Thanks for any help you can provide in making this 3rd goal project a success. And if anybody in your group has some old material they can scan or already have in digital form, and want to add to the archive, please don't hesitate to pass them my email. Thanks and have a great day.

Ray Blakney

8:05 PM  

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