There's Something about Mary

Stories and thoughts about my time as a Peace Corps volunteer in Moldova

My hangout…

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The last several weeks in PST have been pretty easy for us, language classes 6 days a week, and TECH sessions once a week, maybe twice, our assisgments have been pretty easy.  Because of this my program (ARBD) has had a lot more free time then some of the others, with this free time, we like to explore around our village.  Some of the guys in our group discovered that we have a walking trail to the next village (Cricova), it takes about 30ish minutes to walk their.  We also discovered that it makes a good meeting place between the two villages.  We like tp drink beer and play Frisbee in the field, very relaxing 🙂

Thomas, Jeremy and John on the way to the picinic site

Brittany with her corwn made out of wild flowers 🙂

Yesterday we met out in the field with 2 other villages to celebrate a fellow trainees Birthday!!  Happy Birthday Courtney!  Maybe tomorrow we will actualy do something serious 😉

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Author: Mary O

Hi, I'm Mary. I am orignally from Spokane Wash., where I lived for 20 years of my life. I went to school in Bellingham Wash, at Western Washington University and graduated with a degree in Business Administration. In June 2011, I moved to Moldova for the Peace Corps. In the Peace Corps, I am an Agribusiness and Rural Development Volunteer, and live in a town called Riscani, which is about 3 hours northwest of the capital city. I love Moldova, but there are somedays where I really miss all my friends and family in the States! Email me if you have more questions!

One thought on “My hangout…

  1. happy Swear-In day! hope it was awesome 🙂

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