Sometimes my life seems monotonous. Not bad, just a little repetitive. I live in the suburbs. I drive to work every day. I sit at my desk. I work at my computer. I drive home. I hug my son. I kiss my husband. I make dinner or do the dishes. I blog and exercise somewhere in there. I go to bed. I start again.
Sometimes I forget that I have had some amazing adventures. I still have great adventures ahead of me.
I spent two years in Panama as a Peace Corps Volunteer (not sure if I've mentioned this here or not!). They were amazing years. I need to scan some more pictures to show you better these great years. Because they were life changing years - you know "the toughest job you'll ever love." I can't believe that I started my Peace Corps journey over 12 years ago.
I was stationed in Boca Chica, Chiriqui, Panama. A small fishing village on the Pacific Coast. I lived in the very tiny house you see below. I learned a lot, made great friends, met fascinating people and had fun. I will share more, I promise, but wanted to share a little with you, now, as I thought about it :)