On Monday, I mentioned how, by my own method of counting, I have completed my third quarter of Peace Corps service. Here are my favorite pictures from the third quarter.
I love pets! 🙂
I got a lot of good family photos when I visited the U.S. in June, but for privacy reasons I don’t want to post them here. Instead, I will post this picture of me eating Del Taco. Want to know why I love Del Taco? Because I can eat tacos and French fries AT THE SAME TIME!
This is about the zillionth time I’ve mentioned my rug on this blog, but who cares? It’s my blog and I’ll talk about my rug as much as I want to. 🙂
My friend Chester and I spent a summer day at Batlava Lake in Kosovo.
Despite melt-your-face-off heat, Sierra, Chester and I made it to Pristina to have lunch together one day this summer.
I volunteered as the jury coordinator for the Anibar International Animation Festival in Peja, Kosovo. I can easily say it was the most fun week I’ve had in Kosovo!
And, of course, there was partying after the film festival. 🙂
I crocheted this cute Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle for a friend.
And I crocheted a minion trick-or-treat bag …
Summer had me feeling a bit down, but encouraging words from Peace Corps volunteers serving in other parts of the world made me feel better.
While my visit to Kale Fortress in Skopje, Macedonia was a bit disappointing, I do like this photo:
I loved this door at Mother Teresa Cathedral in Pristina, Kosovo.
I WENT TO GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN! Sorry for the caps but I got a little excited. I loved my trip!
This photo cracks me up for some reason. There are so many stories it could tell. Did the one lion get mad at the other, and shove him off his post? Or, did a drunk person walk by and kick the lion?
I GOT TO SEE JOSE GONZALEZ IN CONCERT! (More excitement.)
The following weekend, I attended a wedding in Tirana, Albania. Though it poured rain, I had fun with my friends.
The weekend after that, I went to a JFK photo exhibit with more friends …
And then, it was Thanksgiving!
So, there is my photo summary of the last six months. 🙂 Thanks for reading.