August 26, 2014
Today’s post is brought to you by the letter “C”. Today is the third post in the A to Z Challenge hosted by the blog Flickr. I am playing catch-up; the challenge began July 8 and a new letter is introduced once a week on Tuesday. I will be posting at least once a day until I can catch-up. Should you want to read posts “A” or “B”, just click on the letter and I’ll take you there.
In the meantime, I did not intend to have a running theme throughout my alphabet challenge, however, it seems as though that is where I am headed. So dear Readers, sit back, kick your shoes off, read, and enjoy.
One of the activities I helped coordinate with one of my classes while teaching at Amrah Bint was a clothing drive. I’ll let the pictures tell the story.
Corniche Road in Abu Dhabi boasts 8 kilometers of well-manicured waterfront. It is different from the beaches in the U.S. in that there are few locals. Although, there is a family area, separate from the public area and away from the prying eyes of the tourists.
Well dear Readers, I am beginning to reach conclusions about my time in the Middle East. Simply writing these three posts (A, B, C) has helped tremendously in my quest to debrief and decompress. I am not quite ready to write about my conclusions at this point. However, once I have concrete conclusions, you, dear Readers, will be the first to know. Peace, ~v.