The Colorado Rains must have traveled this way…last night on my walk home I only made it half way when the torrential down pour began. I took refuge at Mama Mesange’s, one of my favorite families (in profile pic).
They insisted I stay the night; they gave me a hot bath and I ate dinner with them as we conversed in the local language. Their one year old fell happily asleep in my arms. It felt a lot like home.
I let go of all the things I ‘needed’ to get done and just enjoyed each passing moment. At the end of the night, Mama Mesange pulled her mattress next to mine and said she wanted to sleep next to me, her ability to be a mother never ending.
Living in an African village can certainly have its challenges but I’m nearly a year in and the amount of gratitude I have for this experience grows by the day.
THEN…I woke up to find that an article of mine had been published in Elephant Journal (a Boulder based e-magizine).
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