I was thrilled to find myself serving as an intern in Nigeria with the MOYA Foundation on this sunny Monday in July. We had a busy schedule filled with medical screenings and visits to nearby friends of the Foundation, and I was eager for each day and the adventures it would bring. On the 18th […]
Husband of a Different Color Back in 1999 Bill and I were celebrating our third wedding anniversary. A friend had given us a gift card for a romantic dinner at the elegant Dierdorf & Hart’s in St. Louis. We were young and in love and thrilled at the promise of the delicious food that was awaiting us! It’s in my nature to adventurously try new things, especially when it comes […]
Below are a handful of pictures from our time visiting Nigeria. We have many more pictures that we are sorting through and hope to put online soon. We are also posting pictures to social media, follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up on the latest news!
When Africa is mentioned in America there are many images that come to mind due to the movies and documentaries on National Geographic. Images of lions, zebras, colorful clothing and grass huts are sure to emerge in your thoughts if you’ve grown up in America. These images are correct for some areas of Africa, however […]
I was nervous. I had encountered Immigration Offices in foreign countries before and been turned away, but this was my first time in Africa. They checked my temperature, and I prayed that my motion-sickness related fever would go away. The lady studying my passport put an Ebola warning sticker on the back cover and waved […]