The beginning of this month had me zipping from place to place to get signatures from everyone from the Mudir of the Dar Chabab I worked in to my land lord to make sure everyone was aware I was finished with my contract. I had to laugh when the secretary of the delege said when… Read More Preparing for final COS sign out and COSing
Happy Eid al Adha to Everyone. This Eid al Adha was special because it was our first official Eid as a married couple for my husband and I. This year I paid for the sheep – it cost 1800 DH and I named it promptly upon sight – Baaah Marley due to his long beautiful… Read More Baah Marley and my third Eid
This is the question that has been in the back of my mind for the last month and a half. The what now? when I am still in Morocco after 95% of my stajj flies away to Europe for travels or heads home. I have been trying to figure out what my new long term… Read More Once PC Service ends… what then?
At the beginning of this month the majority of my stajj that I came here to Morocco with began the long road home. We all came into Rabat to have our Close of Service (COS) conference and say our goodbyes to each other amid a dizzying amount of information being thrown at us and different… Read More The long road home
So this Ramadan was my first Ramadan as a married lady. It was a huge mile stone in my marriage with my husband and I am very thankful that I was able to have this moment with my husband and his family. This Ramadan was full of struggles and rewards. I think the hardest issue… Read More Ramadan – Taza – 2013
As a PCV in every country we get issued a cook book that is some what specific to our post. In the PC Morocco cook book there are some major hits and misses. This my dear readers is a HUGE hit. Seriously awesome and not that hard to make either. Ingredients – 1.5 lb –… Read More In the Kitchen – Peanut Chicken
My mother didn’t prepare me as her daughter to be a homemaker or a house wife – she prepared me to get out and be somebody. So I find myself in something of a rock and hard space because now that I am married and its summer in Morocco – meaning my Dar Chabab is… Read More In the Kitchen – Moist Lemon Chicken