African Reading

Yesterday in the mail, I received a book that was on my Amazon wish list. A friend happened upon a copy for free and graciously mailed it to me. I’m pretty confident that I’ll be taking it with me on my trip, but I also wanted to take Things as they Are. I can’t take both (I won’t even have time for one of them, really), so I’m torn.


4 thoughts on “African Reading

  1. Hhey, like i said before, that book will be a good one. He is a awesome guy. I can’t wait to read it myself! Well, can’t wait to get back to Texas/New Jersey/ New York eaither! Ha ha. Prayin for you sister!

  2. GOD isn’t sending you to Africa to read. He wants you to observe and gather information for your future prolonged involvement in the welfare of the African people. Take your bible but I’ll be willing to bet that you won’t find much time to read. My advise for you is to keep your eyes wide open and see everything you can. If you are not completely exhausted at the end of the day then you need to put more effort into the following day. Leave everything. Have a great trip! Love,Daddy

  3. Valid point……I recommend listening to Slipknot or Mudvayne to help “cleanse the pallet”. HaHa! Or maybe drink some beers. HeHe!

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