Thanks for stopping by to read.
If you don’t already know me,
-a Peace Corps Volunteer (PCV) serving in Oxapampa, Perú, 2018-2020.
-Third-generation from New Hampshire…
transplanted to Wyoming by way of Washington State.
-A small business owner and project manager.
-Great at herding cats; A human companion for a 12-year old black Labrador named Cabot; and terrible keeping plants alive.
-Have a fierce case of loyalty and a wicked sense of humor.
-Volunteering in the CED (Community Economic Development) program.
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Please excuse any unintentionally offensive sarcasm you find here. There is plenty afoot. I am just keeping friends at home assured I am doing just fine and adjusting accordingly.
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Update: July 2018
Hermana Jessica Rice, Cuerpo de Paz Perú 31
Apartado NO. 120 SERPOST La Merced
La Merced, Chanchamayo, Junín, PERU
Please note: 1) This mailbox is 2 hours away AND I am very eager to go on a field trip. 2) It costs a lot of money to send me stuff – only send it USPS and to SERPOST 3) Keep packages under 1lb (or to not appear worth $100) or they get sent to Customs Jail in Lima. 4) Customs Jail is as arbitrary and random as my blog posts, so don’t send me anything that you’ll be sad goes missing. 5) The last numbers are my Peru cell phone and they will call me if it gets lost. Place them in the spot you would look if you were lost. 6) There are lots more rules but let’s experiment together.