Daily Archives: November 27, 2012

A Malian Genealogy– “the generations of the village”

In January 2011, when John and I were in Mali, West Africa, we spent a day in the village of Sena. To get there, we traveled 2 hours into the bush on dry washboard roads that rattled every bone in … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Donatello

Today in my Memoir class, Ann Cannon was our guest speaker. She’s written for the Deseret News and the Salt Lake Tribune for the last 25 years and I always enjoy her Erma Bombeck-ish writing style. Our assignment for class … Continue reading

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