A girl's adventure in Africa, then back to the States, then back to Africa again
Wow, that doesn't sound like you at all! It seems you need a good dose of chocolate, I'll see what I can do ;)-Ammo
If it makes you feel any better, since you left: Massamba's fan nearly caught fire (I unplugged as it was smoking), the new generator was smoking today and had to be unplugged (so we are back on old crappy-cant-print generator), and the sister actually poked me in the shoulder with a little finger jab when I told her that I needed to have a day laborer tomorrow to assist the coupons. Oh, and I'm still at work.I stopped by the South African base and got a kitkat.
The sister poked you ?!? Man, it wasn't for kit kats, I don't know how one would cheer up in Kindu :) Now if we can only convince them to get Twix bars!
Well, you know what they say about nuns -- they're OK, as long as you don't get into the habit...Kitkats are addictive, you know.- Dad.
Arf ;) Thanks for posting also about the bad stuff... Makes me regret a little bit less still being in Canada... :) Cheer up, girlfriend, it's all for the better good... And by the way, I'm willing to bet that some nuns DO end up in hell !
Yay, send me chocolate through the mail!Sarah, suprisingly, that does make me feel better because it makes me me smirk and grin. Other people's bad luck always cheers me up :)Dad, haha. It really would have made me laugh if it wasn't the 107th time I heard that one. From you. :)Oh Jesus H. Christ, if some nuns end up in hell, where the hell am I gonna end up?
Hell has solar panels but no Sun.---Dan
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