jdavid6 on July 7th
Our departure for Kenya is just over two weeks away and, although your group is smaller this year, we have much planned. First, after an overnight stay in Nairobi on July 5th, we will take a few days to relax. … Continue reading
In a recent correspondence from the Kenyan Ambassador to the U.S., Dr. Wenwa Akinyi Odinga Oranga, we received an invitation to attend special events to celebrate the first official visit of their Prime Minister, the Rt. Hon. Raila Amolo Odinga. … Continue reading
Each year, at this time, we find ourselves involved with plans for the pending July trip to Africa and, each year, we experience new developments. Oftentimes those proverbial new developments represent some sort of a setback but that is not … Continue reading
With news stories on the Revolution in Libya coming across the news outlets at an accelerating rate, I have found myself distracted and of the mind to share some thoughts. I cannot, for reasons related to concerns for safety of … Continue reading
During the winter there seems little to write about since we are not in the travel-to-Africa mode but there are some things to share. On a literary note, an exceptional editorial essay, by Nancy Gibbs (her writing tends to be … Continue reading
We have been home for over 2 1/2 months but the efforts continue. These past weeks have meant time spent on grant writing. Not necessarily enjoyable, but necessary. If only we could hit on a major one.