Thursday, August 28, 2008

Quick update

I've admittedly been silent for a while, because I have sadly returned to the States again for my next adventure--grad school. (I've been delaying it long enough!) While exciting for me, others probably wouldn't find reading posts about statistics and how creepily preppy my university town is as interesting as reading about Rwanda.

That said, I have a couple more things I plan to share, as soon as I find the time to write them. I'm also updating the "Things to Do in Rwanda" page as well as the Kinyarwanda-English Dictionary!

Will write soon!

14 Comments:

Blogger Emm said...

That's sad but I am sure you are happy to be home. Will you start a new blog? "Morgan home from Africa?"

8/29/2008 3:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I will personally miss you and your blog. Every time that I missed Rwanda, I read your blog and it was comforting. Thank you again for all you have shared with us and good luck with your studies.
Jane

8/29/2008 11:29 AM  
Blogger Raúl y Pablo said...

tu blog me gusta mucho visita el mio y si t gusta deja un comentario y intercambiamos links

9/03/2008 7:34 AM  
OpenID adamjschmidt.com said...

Welcome home - where are you heading to grad school?

9/08/2008 4:22 PM  
Blogger Eric said...

Hi Morgan,
It's been so great to read your blog - we're moving to Kigali next week! We will have a hotel for the first month, but after that we're looking for a house/apt for six months to a year. If you know anyone that might have a place to rent, or tips in finding housing, I'd be so grateful for your advise.

Also, how did you handle banking in Rwanda? Is having a local account essential? We're coming from the US, so hoping to have some connection to our bank. But I understand ATM and credit card access is in short supply.

Thanks so much! and good luck with grad school.

Best regards,
-Eric

9/30/2008 3:21 PM  
Blogger Raúl said...

me gusta mucho tu blog lo visito a diario visita tu e mio y si t gusta deja un comentario y nos linkeamos los blogs

10/02/2008 4:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Morgan, your blog rocks! It's as important to me as my passport.

10/06/2008 4:16 AM  
Blogger Flounder said...

Morgan, I too have missed the last several of your posts - my loss! But I will be catching up. On the one hand, glad you are home safely. On the other hand, too bad you won't be posting more stories from one of the most scenic places on earth. Blessings to you ....

10/08/2008 10:29 AM  
Blogger jen lemen said...

morgan--do you know of any orgs in kigali that specialize in helping genocide survivors get advanced healthcare? i have a good friend who is suffering from complications from genocide injuries and so far the medical care he's received has been addressing symptoms at best. any advice you could give me about where to look would be greatly appreciated.
(i'm in DC, too, btw)

10/10/2008 3:03 PM  
Anonymous masduqi said...

I like your blog friend...
its so beautiful...!

12/06/2008 3:52 PM  
Blogger Daniel B. said...

Great blog! I've enjoyed reading it... I'm moving to Rwanda in 2 weeks!

12/14/2008 5:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i have actually done the opposite moved from kigali to maryland(potomac)....your perspective is very intresting...just out of curiousity how long where u there for and where were u staying?

12/29/2008 12:57 AM  
Blogger Morgan C. said...

Hi, anonymous, I have been in and out of Rwanda for different lengths of time since 2006. Most of my experience was living in Gisenyi, though I have lived in Kigali as well. Most of my work was with Congolese refugees, Rwandan returnees, and helping set up an office for a volunteer organization.

Welcome to the DC area!

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