Rounding Out March

The month of March started out super, got a bit stress-tastic in the middle, but then came back around and finished strong.  Because really, who can argue with 75 and sunny on March 31st?  You won’t find this girl complaining.

Highlights of the month:

  • dinner at Kafe 421 and the John Mayer/Michael Franti concert with Boyfriend
  • visiting J and V in Philadelphia
  • a night on the town with my best buds around Minneapolis, complete with pizza, beer, peanuts and the longest game of darts ever
  • The first Pi Day Party held at Ma’s new house
  • tomato seedlings sprouting, including some of the seeds I saved from my Brandywines of last summer
  • planning my trip to detroit/nyc/connecticut
  • exploring all sorts of vegetarian fare as we eat meat free for lent
  • a lovely walk around lake Nokomis
  • running in shorts and t-shirts
  • digging in the dirt
  • pulling out the motorcycle engine
  • and making an almost completely official decision about grad school

April’s shaping up pretty well to; I’ll be kicking it off tomorrow at a cook out with all sorts of  deliciousness.

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  1. fladroma Says:

    Hello my fellow Peace Corp Volunteer. I hope this message finds you well. My name is Farfum Ladroma and I am an education volunteer in the Kingdom of Tonga in the South Pacific. I am writing to you all today because I need your help! My students and I at GPS MATAMAKA (an outer-island Government Primary School in Vava’u) are pursuing a “POSTCARD PROJECT.” I am asking for other PCVs outside of Tonga to please send us a postcard from your host country. We are trying to collect as many postcards from around the world, especially in countries where Peace Corps is currently operating. This project will help enhance my student’s understanding of other cultures and share what Peace Corps volunteers do all across the globe. I will keep a running list of all the postcards received with their origin on my blog at: You may check if your postcard successfully makes it to Tonga. This will be a great cultural exchange for everyone involved and a lot of fun. Please help out if you can and tell everyone you know (even your friends and families back home)! I would greatly appreciate your participation. Thank you very much and malo ‘aupito mei Tonga.
    Please send postcards to:
    c/o Peace Corps
    P.O. Box 136
    Neiafu, VAVA’U

    -Farfum (aka Feleti)


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