I’d get a far-off look, and Dave knew it was time to move it – again.
As a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa, I found Amadou’s questions intimidating at first.
When no one else is on the road, here’s why I delight in going 35 miles per hour.
Tozie's dad in Africa, and mine in England, shared a common aim.
As a child, I avoided team sports. Now I'm finally in demand.
I was angry about my punishment, so I took it out on the tree.
Urban ugliness yields to hidden greenery as the writer lifts his view.
Serendipity on the way to a trek in Myanmar.
A biology prof strives to teach his students English usage, too.
No laptop or Internet access required – but better wear boots.
Despite my caveats about failure, the girls were determined.
The author has close ties with both Russians and Ukrainians.
Spanish class had been amusing but useless. Or so I'd thought.
What is to blame for everyone else being so busy these days?
Bedtime books on tape spool memories of Africa.
Dining at home meant saving on laundry, too.
The Academy Award for Best Makeup and Hairstyling didn't exist during hairstylist Larry Germain's lifetime, though he did capture an Emmy for his work in 1980.
They colonized the earth. Why won't they grow indoors?
I could cope with arctic weather. But what about our livestock?
Skipper had a surefire test for movies: check the hairstylist.
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