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Published: September 2nd 2009
This is what the wall use to look like.
It's been an uneventful couple of weeks. As a matter of fact I've been in a slump as I've finally completed the World Map Project and seem to feel 'that's it, where do I go from here?'. It's perfectly normal which means it's abnormal for me, to be in a valley at 7months of service. The medical unit has a graph of when we should be in our high, low and middle emotional states. Interesting how it's right on.
I have such a good rapport with the staff (11) of Ban Nong ya Rang ka school that they've asked me to paint a large wall map of Thailand. They have specifically asked to have it large so it takes me 18 months to complete...that will also be close to the end of my PC service! They get nervous whenever I mention I might help other PC's do a map. They just don't want me to go elsewhere and I really appreciate that but I get bored staying in one place too long, besides how many maps can I paint at one school? I'm starting a letter exchange with the 5th and 6 grades with two classes in Boulder City. I've
taken pictures of all the kids to be attached to letters they've written in English. They are very excited to have "Pal friends".
That's the extend of the goings on here. Hope to have new and exciting stuff to tell you all about next time.
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