Category Archives: Sudan

Sudanese Morning

So, today is the first Thursday of Ramadan (towards the end of the first week) and I am up before the sun. I do have problems sleeping but during this month, it is a bit strategic so I eat breakfast … Continue reading

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Independence…

So the world was watching recently, and so was I, when south Sudan became an indpendent country. There was a ceremony and a party, flag raising… but just like many of you back home I watched it all on television. … Continue reading

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A Wedding and a Fat Little Baby

So, it’s no big secret my dear readers that I’ve been a little blue this past week. I knew I was going to be able to manage my sadness, but sometimes when it is just beginning you don’t know how … Continue reading

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Love’s Labor’s Lost?

So things don’t ever turn out like you plan, heck they often don’t even turn out like I imagine, but often in one area of our lives we have story that plays out again and again. I’ve often been told … Continue reading

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The Haboob of It All…

Now listen, I’m from Florida. So, I am used to sand; getting stuck in sand, walking in sand, and occasionally a little sand picked up by the wind delivered smack into your contacts. So, really I consider myself a bit … Continue reading

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The Creeping Cloud

So, this is going to be something of a diary post. I might not feel this way even two days from now, but lately I’ve had this cloud sort of following me around. I’m tired and work is a little … Continue reading

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The Quiet

The thing that separates Khartoum from other major cities in developing countries, other than general modernization, is the quiet in the evenings. The culture here is not one that is lived out in the streets, but in the privacy of friends’ homes, mosques, … Continue reading

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