in St. Augustine
Wife, mother, educator, wanna-be writer, slow-runner, experimental cook. Days filled with curriculum and camaraderie; homework and horseplay; shell-collecting and short fuses; Episcopal worship and ever-changing landscapes. My personal stories reflect upon the highs and lows of life, including cultural faux pas, mothering dilemmas, and learning as I go.
Headlight Dancing in the Serengeti
BY SHEILA VEATCH
@ VOL 5
ON OCT 28, 2014
Sheila Veatch takes us on a trip with her to the Serengeti and teaches us a bit about making assumptions. Living in a new land, new language, and new culture is a big step and the scariest adventure to many who think about it. That we are the same, and misunderstanding is the common obstecial that people are faced with when living in a foreign country. Kenya is no exception to the rule.