Wednesday, September 29, 2004

Supplemental Reading

Warning: This post will not be funny. Scroll down if you are looking for humor (or attempts at humor, or at the very least, complete sentences.)

Rather, this post is a plug for another blog I just started. As some of you may know, I studied in Africa for a couple months last year. I wrote quite a bit about the experience and wanted to get it out on the web so more people could read it. The blog, entitled "Letters from Senegal," is a bunch of emails and journal entries I wrote while there, along with some photos. I'll be posting them one at a time, every few days. For me, it will be like reliving the whole thing. As for you, feel free to pretend its 2003 and this is all happening for the first time. I don't care what you do, it's your body.

The emails and journal entries might overlap a bit, but I'll edit them to make sure it doesn't happen too much. I noticed while going back through my journal, that I had a lot of interesting details I never put into the emails. Again, this blog will be informative rather than funny. If you're interested in Africa, you will like it. If not, you MIGHT like it. Either way, I'd say you've got decent odds.

I've posted the first two entries. You can read it here, or you can click on the link in the right column. Never say I don't provide you with choices. Off with you now.



4 comments:

grace said...

very cool... a friend of mine is going to africa (although it's south africa)... i forwarded it onto him. i think he'd be interested...

ginaenae said...

remember that one time when you went to africa and the night before, your roommates all abandoned you in that big empty house that had a lake in the basement? that was very sad. anyway, i'm glad you're posting your experience in africa. i hope it will include humorous antecdotes about chimps throwing feces...

Jeremy said...

Yes, my roommates all went home. But luckily your roommate, Cheri, hung out with me (and helped me clean the big, empty house). Yay for Cheri. Now she's in Arizona, helping people--lousy, do-gooder Cheri.

Ah, Lake Shingle House. Thank all creation I no longer have that bitch-troll as a landlord.

ginaenae said...

yes yes. cheri is indeed a do-gooder! she cleaned your bathrooms, even. so maybe she is up for a twinkling.