I’ve been busy with a few visitors recently which has been nice!
October 3rd-8th: Hope, a PCV who served in Kenya came to stay with me. She’s working on completing her PhD in Linguistics and wanted to interview a deaf teacher at my school to learn more about the linguistics of KSL. It was interesting to watch!
October 4th: The Peace Corps director for Africa visited my school. It was so much fun to “show off” my school! He had a lot of great questions about how deaf students at my school start school late, how they communicate with people in their villages, how they learn, etc. He then offered to drop me off in my market town if I could find a ride back. It was so nice being able to ride in a private vehicle to my market town! It was so much fun catching up with the KSL interpreter who came as well (she interpreted for my training last year). I had a delicious lunch with both of them. Good day!
October 9th-current: A man from British has been visiting our school. I guess his organization sponsors our school and sponsors some of the students as well. I am not sure how long he will be hanging out in the area.
I like visitors but kind of wish they were spread out a bit because I don’t get visitors very often! 😉