The world is slow here in Ethiopia but it gets grace because the middle of nowhere is rarely know to be anything else. The land is a mess of green jungle struck in a desert air; nights are freezing and the day is hardly at all. I am teaching eight grades of English a day in the shade, starting early and ending around lunch at best. The kids are hilarious and only sit still when stunned at their teacher acting worse than they do. But they learn her and there and I teach like I only know how. Baboons troupe through the garden when walking to class in the morning and hyenas start sounding off before the sun sets. The whole place is wild life but of a different fashion from the skelter of Uganda. There is a bone of peace here thanks to nature enveloping everything. Not to mention being ten miles away from internet and without electricity for evenings during the week. This is just a smat of what all's happening.
More soon too.