And do I ever. Now that I am back in the swing of things at school, my time in Senegal almost feels like a dream. At least once a day, I have a vivid flashback of a moment, a person, or something I did. It makes me smile but it also makes me sad. I have been hesitant to post to my blog again. A follow-up post, like this one feels to me, is indeed a form of closure, but it is more so for you readers than it is for me. I would much rather share stories in person! Thank you for reading and following mon sejour (my stay) in Senegal! Hearing how much you enjoyed reading my blog means more to me than you know. At this point, I am looking into how I might possibly be able to go back to Senegal, but at the same time THE WHOLE WORLD IS OUT THERE TO EXPLORE! We live on a pretty incredible planet. Thank you again for reading and following!
jamm ak sopp
(peace and love)