Ok, so I haven't posted in a long time. I wish I could say I have been away from computers or been too busy or been doing at least something! But I can't. Truth be told, I have been too boring to write anything. I work, I eat, I workout, I sleep. Occasionally, there is a movie, a new restaurant, a new friend, but it never seems worth a posting.
America is just not as exciting as Guinea, although it is nice not to have to worry about survival every day. No bush taxi adventures here - I drive an Altima. No sheeps head-butting me - only dogs passing by when I walk in Wash Park. No hazardous bikerides through downtown Siguiri - I ride stationary bikes at the gym now.
So, pardon the boringness and lack of posting. I need to find the small inspirations in my life again.
These pages include the musings of a young, happy professional in the field of international development finance. Living in DC and travelling the globe has given me a lot to say. You can enjoy my philosophical (or sometimes shallow) thoughts on our current world, or dive into the archive. There, you can venture back into my days in grad school at the University of Denver and roam around my memories of my time as a Peace Corps volunteer in Guinea. Either one you choose, there is one rule: Don't take this world too seriously. That ruins the fun.