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Back in the old old days (that is, in the early days of the Lovecats blog) we often used to open our posts with a series of whats—what I’m watching/reading/listening to etc, and as I love to know what people are watching/reading/listening to etc, I thought that’d be a fun game to play today. So I’ll start…

#1 What I’m watching…

Nothing of particular interest at the moment—reruns of Escape to the Country and Location Location Location (I adore Kirsty and Phil). But, I am going to launch into this soon.


Rachel Bailey has been telling me I MUST watch this. And I have a feeling she’s right. Who else is a fan?

#2 What I’m listening to…

This is the last song I downloaded. And I thought the singer actually sang: “Tell your Mum I said hi”. Noooo. She sings: “Tell ’em all I said, hi”. I have a friend whose 20-year-old son recently broke up with his girlfriend of 5 years. She and his girlfriend are missing each other. That’s what I thought the song was about.


 I like my version better. In this version she sounds all self-pitying and “poor me”. So I continue singing my version of the lyrics. ;-) Who else does this?

# What I’m reading…

I just finished two seriously enjoyable reads. Kaz Delaney’s Chocolate and Old Lace. Rosie Hart and I are going to become very good friends. :-)


 And Tikka Chance On Me by Suleikha Snyder. Amy Andrews told me I HAD to read this, and she was right. It was sassy and sexy with great banter.


So now I’m reading James Scott Bell’s 27 Fiction Writing Mistakes—and How Not to Make Them. I’m knee-deep in my next book, and I feel as if I’ve forgotten how to write (this happens from time to time), and this one is reminding me of a few fundamentals.



 # What’s making me smile…

Because of the James Scott Bell book above, I ordered a hard copy of the book Description by Monica Wood (not available as an ebook) from BetterWorldBooks. And my book sent me a message:

Holy canasta! It's me... it's me! I can't believe it is actually me! You could have picked any of over 2 million books but you picked me! I've got to get packed! How is the weather where you live? Will I need a dust jacket? I can't believe I'm leaving Mishawaka, Indiana already - the friendly people, the Hummer plant, the Linebacker Lounge - so many memories. I don't have much time to say goodbye to everyone, but it's time to see the world!

I can't wait to meet you! You sound like such a well read person. Although, I have to say, it sure has taken you a while! I don't mean to sound ungrateful, but how would you like to spend five months sandwiched between Jane Eyre (drama queen) and Fundamentals of Thermodynamics (pyromaniac)? At least Jane was an upgrade from that stupid book on brewing beer. How many times did the ol' brewmaster have one too many and topple off our shelf at 2am?

I know the trip to meet you will be long and fraught with peril, but after the close calls I've had, I'm ready for anything (besides, some of my best friends are suspense novels). Just five months ago, I thought I was a goner. My owner was moving and couldn't take me with her. I was sure I was landfill bait until I ended up in a Better World Books book drive bin. Thanks to your socially conscious book shopping, I've found a new home. Even better, your book buying dollars are helping kids read from Brazil to Botswana.


How much fun is that, huh?

So, your turn! What have you been watching, listening to, reading, or what’s been making you smile recently?



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Shape up or ship out  The Voice Online

BDP chief whip warns ministers as axe looms Botswana Democratic Party's Chief Whip, Liakat Kablay has called for his party's Members of Parliament to respect ...


          The End of an Era      Cache   Translate Page      
From the beginning of our marriage Tom and I agreed on one thing wholeheartedly. No matter what we did in life to serve God (for that was another definite for us) we would include our kids. We wanted them to not feel sidelined by our life's calling, but an important part of it.

When we returned from our mission to Mexico--where we'd spent our newlywed years--with a newborn and twin toddlers, we didn't have many options, but we tried to use our time wisely, even if it was simply sharing the message of Jesus with people we met along the way.



As more children came along, homeschooling got busier, and Tom's responsibilities grew in his work, we kept our eyes on the prize. Tom worked as a chaplain for the Seafarers Center on his one day off each week. I scoured the newspaper for volunteer opportunities and took the kids with me to deliver Meals on Wheels or pass out Christmas cards to nursing home residents. 

From the very beginning we formed a tiny singing troupe and added kids along the way. 

Singing and dancing on the beach of Corpus Christi

"I'd like to be a Christmas tree!"

Child five added for another Christmas season

Even those that couldn't perform could still hug


Jasmine was a natural

Timothy was a champion at tenderly praying with everyone he met

Our kids have had amazing experiences along the way because of our having taken them along for the ride.

Food distribution at a Navajo reservation
Encouraging first responders after 9-11
Exploring Botswana
Meeting traditional rulers and Chiefs

When we got the call to Africa we made sure that any projects we took on would be able to include our kids. At the beginning it was working with a community school which was a great fit. When our work changed a few years later and became mostly adult education (Bible, health, leadership, etc.), we took our kids to volunteer at an orphanage so they would have their own work to do. This led to us discovering the great need for homes for babies and toddlers who've lost their mothers, and eventually to starting our own orphanage.


Jennifer
Jessica
Our kids worked side by side with us from the beginning. Caring for sick babies, playing with the toddlers, teaching the preschoolers, offering cuddles and love, and just being all around amazing helps to us.

Jessica with Henry (2007)

Troy and Jennifer (2008)

Jennifer (2008)

Jasmine (2008)



T.J with Peter (2009)


Timothy and Johnny (2009)

One by one our kids grew up (as they tend to do) and headed off to college. Six became four became three became two became ONE. And now Troy, our youngest, our baby, our last is leaving home and moving back to the States to pursue God's plan for him. 


Troy has been a great big brother to all the kids

People often ask us if our kids will come back and join us in Zambia again. And the answer is YES--if God asks them to. At the moment they are fulfilling His plan for them, and continuing to serve God and others where they are right now.

We miss them terribly, but are so happy to have had many many years of family service together.

And now we are embarking on life as empty nesters.......




Kinda.......







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We’ve all dreamt of that picture-perfect, romantic, African safari… where fire-coloured sunsets mark the end of the day and the sound of lions roaring wake you up in the early AMs. This was likely the idea two American travellers had in mind when they booked their honeymoon to Botswana in October last year. But what [...]
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March heralds the Festival of the Sea at leading Auckland restaurants Harbourside Ocean Bar Grill, Botswana Butchery and White + Wong’s - a promise of fresh, New Zealand seafood, generous feasts and great hosptiality!


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Pargo launches cross-border delivery service to other African countries  IOL

Pargo, South Africa's leading smart logistics company expanded their network of parcel pick-up points to Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland.


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The board of Botswana-based operator Mascom raised concerns about MTN Group selling its majority stake ...

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Michael Ellis brings a sense of joy and adventure to his work as a naturalist and tour guide. He's hula hooped on top of a termite mound in Botswana and survived a near-death experience with a buffalo in Tanzania. He's also written about earthworms and rain for Bay Nature magazine and has joined Forum before to discuss the environmental impact of California wildfires. Ellis joins us to talk about the Bay Area’s natural landscape and his upcoming trip through the Mojave Desert.
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- Botswana's LGBTI community is a mix of nervous but excited ahead of the trial's start. That's according to LGBTI rights commentator, Ratanang ...

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          Re: Gay Botswana      Cache   Translate Page      
Hey, add some links to gay friendly ventures in Botswana... I'll make appropriate category and move stuff there later on.

gay411.org × Africa × Botswana
          Lovely Victoria Falls...      Cache   Translate Page      
I have had an opportunity to work in Kasana in Botswana with a regional office in Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) and I travelled between the 2 towns regulalrly.

I found Victoria Falls to more outgoing and the guys were more switched-on in-terms of Gay sex. They understood the language of gay and never made a big fuss about being asked out for sex. Kasane on the other hand was a very different and reserved town with everybody pretenting they had no clue what happens when 2 men get into bed.

It did however take a few dollars to get a guy to bed and few did manage to run-off before they gave me their ass. I ended up with a guy who was not gay but always knew who I should talk to and I paid him a small fee if the sex went well and a bit more it the sex was GOOD!!! Very few of these guys were really gay so they really just wanted the money and I really just wanted the sex. A few did show some affection and joy in the act and it's those where I always came back to.
          Looking for Men in Gaborone, Botswana      Cache   Translate Page      
Missing some real man2man action here in Botswana. Where are you? I'm in Gaborone aND ALL THE GOOD MEN ARE HIDING BEHIND SKIRTS BECAUSE THEY DON'T WANT TO BE SEEN AS gAY. I'm doing the same but the starvation is so bad, I'm going to do it with a dog or donkey one of these days.

Lepakor
          Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe 3dicks in 1 day      Cache   Translate Page      
"You've always wanted to travel to Africa where nature has remained unchanged for your sake. The Okavango delta, Victoria falls, Katima Mulilo, The Savuti channel, Chobe Park with over 100,000 elephants. Now there's more: I'm dedicated to giving you authentic man2man pleasure to spice your trip. I'm as dark as Africa made me, 1.7m tall, 56kg, hung (10""), uncut and waiting to please you. I do NO BAREBACK, NO DRUGS! E-mail me at thabang69er@yahoo.co.uk or check my profile at http://uk.profiles.yahoo.com/thabang69er I also offer 3-4some with fellow kinky black friends, equally well hung and versatile."
          Gay Experince in Botswana      Cache   Translate Page      
Was travelling to the north (from south, Mahalapye) when I had to overnight in Palapye. Booked into a Cresta Hotel there (can't remember the name) This guy came over saying he had been asked to repair a wall socket. He moved the table... and ended up bendingover, revealing his torn trousers and his hairy balls hanging through the torn holes. I knew I'd have to call him back after he fixes the socket to come and fix me... Other than that the country is devoid of m2m experiences. It's all chance, hit&miss. Who wants to miss and end up with his dick up in a policeman's ass. Anyway - There's more ass at prisons in Botswana than at night clubs
          Elephant in the room: Botswana deals with pachyderm population pressure      Cache   Translate Page      
This is the second article in a two-part series on Botswana’s population of African elephants. Read the first part, about a reported increase in poaching, here. CHOBE NATIONAL PARK, Botswana — As we travel by jeep through the mainly mopane scrub of northern Botswana, along the Linyanti River, signs of the significant presence of an […]
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          The radical act of thinking globally — at home      Cache   Translate Page      

How could thinking globally improve our abilities to understand our region and ourselves? And how might local-global thinking help us make progress together? I’m teaching a class at Haverford College that dives into these critical global citizenship questions. The global lens we’re employing is the new construct of planetary health. Planetary health considers how we could measure and improve upon human and ecological flourishing, all around the world. But instead of looking far away, the course focuses on the 30-mile radius around the college, where life expectancy gaps by neighborhood are larger than they are between Botswana (65.7 years) and Japan (83.7). In North Philly’s 19132 ZIP code, average life expectancy is 65.7 years. In Society Hill (19106), life expectancy is 82.9 years. And in parts of Gladwyne (19035), just four miles to our northwest, life expectancy is 84.9 years. When we back up to look at the U.S. as a whole, we see that Pennsylvania’s average of 78.5 years is almost perfectly...

The post The radical act of thinking globally — at home appeared first on Campus Compact.


          Re: Gay Botswana      Cache   Translate Page      
Hey, add some links to gay friendly ventures in Botswana... I'll make appropriate category and move stuff there later on.

gay411.org × Africa × Botswana
          Lovely Victoria Falls...      Cache   Translate Page      
I have had an opportunity to work in Kasana in Botswana with a regional office in Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) and I travelled between the 2 towns regulalrly.

I found Victoria Falls to more outgoing and the guys were more switched-on in-terms of Gay sex. They understood the language of gay and never made a big fuss about being asked out for sex. Kasane on the other hand was a very different and reserved town with everybody pretenting they had no clue what happens when 2 men get into bed.

It did however take a few dollars to get a guy to bed and few did manage to run-off before they gave me their ass. I ended up with a guy who was not gay but always knew who I should talk to and I paid him a small fee if the sex went well and a bit more it the sex was GOOD!!! Very few of these guys were really gay so they really just wanted the money and I really just wanted the sex. A few did show some affection and joy in the act and it's those where I always came back to.
          Looking for Men in Gaborone, Botswana      Cache   Translate Page      
Missing some real man2man action here in Botswana. Where are you? I'm in Gaborone aND ALL THE GOOD MEN ARE HIDING BEHIND SKIRTS BECAUSE THEY DON'T WANT TO BE SEEN AS gAY. I'm doing the same but the starvation is so bad, I'm going to do it with a dog or donkey one of these days.

Lepakor
          Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe 3dicks in 1 day      Cache   Translate Page      
"You've always wanted to travel to Africa where nature has remained unchanged for your sake. The Okavango delta, Victoria falls, Katima Mulilo, The Savuti channel, Chobe Park with over 100,000 elephants. Now there's more: I'm dedicated to giving you authentic man2man pleasure to spice your trip. I'm as dark as Africa made me, 1.7m tall, 56kg, hung (10""), uncut and waiting to please you. I do NO BAREBACK, NO DRUGS! E-mail me at thabang69er@yahoo.co.uk or check my profile at http://uk.profiles.yahoo.com/thabang69er I also offer 3-4some with fellow kinky black friends, equally well hung and versatile."
          Gay Experince in Botswana      Cache   Translate Page      
Was travelling to the north (from south, Mahalapye) when I had to overnight in Palapye. Booked into a Cresta Hotel there (can't remember the name) This guy came over saying he had been asked to repair a wall socket. He moved the table... and ended up bendingover, revealing his torn trousers and his hairy balls hanging through the torn holes. I knew I'd have to call him back after he fixes the socket to come and fix me... Other than that the country is devoid of m2m experiences. It's all chance, hit&miss. Who wants to miss and end up with his dick up in a policeman's ass. Anyway - There's more ass at prisons in Botswana than at night clubs
          Re: Gay Botswana      Cache   Translate Page      
Hey, add some links to gay friendly ventures in Botswana... I'll make appropriate category and move stuff there later on.

gay411.org × Africa × Botswana
          Lovely Victoria Falls...      Cache   Translate Page      
I have had an opportunity to work in Kasana in Botswana with a regional office in Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) and I travelled between the 2 towns regulalrly.

I found Victoria Falls to more outgoing and the guys were more switched-on in-terms of Gay sex. They understood the language of gay and never made a big fuss about being asked out for sex. Kasane on the other hand was a very different and reserved town with everybody pretenting they had no clue what happens when 2 men get into bed.

It did however take a few dollars to get a guy to bed and few did manage to run-off before they gave me their ass. I ended up with a guy who was not gay but always knew who I should talk to and I paid him a small fee if the sex went well and a bit more it the sex was GOOD!!! Very few of these guys were really gay so they really just wanted the money and I really just wanted the sex. A few did show some affection and joy in the act and it's those where I always came back to.
          Looking for Men in Gaborone, Botswana      Cache   Translate Page      
Missing some real man2man action here in Botswana. Where are you? I'm in Gaborone aND ALL THE GOOD MEN ARE HIDING BEHIND SKIRTS BECAUSE THEY DON'T WANT TO BE SEEN AS gAY. I'm doing the same but the starvation is so bad, I'm going to do it with a dog or donkey one of these days.

Lepakor
          Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe 3dicks in 1 day      Cache   Translate Page      
"You've always wanted to travel to Africa where nature has remained unchanged for your sake. The Okavango delta, Victoria falls, Katima Mulilo, The Savuti channel, Chobe Park with over 100,000 elephants. Now there's more: I'm dedicated to giving you authentic man2man pleasure to spice your trip. I'm as dark as Africa made me, 1.7m tall, 56kg, hung (10""), uncut and waiting to please you. I do NO BAREBACK, NO DRUGS! E-mail me at thabang69er@yahoo.co.uk or check my profile at http://uk.profiles.yahoo.com/thabang69er I also offer 3-4some with fellow kinky black friends, equally well hung and versatile."
          Gay Experince in Botswana      Cache   Translate Page      
Was travelling to the north (from south, Mahalapye) when I had to overnight in Palapye. Booked into a Cresta Hotel there (can't remember the name) This guy came over saying he had been asked to repair a wall socket. He moved the table... and ended up bendingover, revealing his torn trousers and his hairy balls hanging through the torn holes. I knew I'd have to call him back after he fixes the socket to come and fix me... Other than that the country is devoid of m2m experiences. It's all chance, hit&miss. Who wants to miss and end up with his dick up in a policeman's ass. Anyway - There's more ass at prisons in Botswana than at night clubs


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