K10 PST: Week 3

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    1. Thank you, friend! It’s a pleasure to write and share, even more of a pleasure to think of it reaching other lives. I’m new to WordPress and still learning the ropes. Can you please tell me a little about yourself or direct me to your bio?

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      1. I’m a friend of your delightful, deservedly proud, Mom.
        Oringinally from Georgia, I met your Mom while she was the Director/Chief of Operations? of CADEF–now The Autism Foundation of Georgia. Being your number one fan, she sent your rearlier blog, and now I’m
        enjoying your latest. Looking forward to many more.

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  1. Hi there! I love your blog. Just found it today. (Your grandfather Ray Jones in Bend, Oregon, is in a barbershop quartet with my dad Bill Sansom). I was just in Cambodia in June/July with my family being tourists, and I wish I could come back as a volunteer. So I’m reading with much envy. I almost went into the Peace Corps, many years ago, and then didn’t, and I’ve always regretted it. I’m thinking about retiree Peace Corps in a few years. Thanks for the great writing, and I look forward to more!

    –Tina Sansom Ricks in Beaverton, Oregon

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    1. Tina, thank you for reading and writing back! That grandad of mine is a fine publicist. I’m still a trainee and not yet the real, but I can already highly recommend PC service. Every day is an adventure. Where did you visit, if you don’t mind my asking? I know just this one province and am eager to explore.

      Thank you again for your readership and I look forward to trading musings in the future 🙂

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      1. Hi there! We were in Phnom Penh for a few days, then about a week and a half in Siem Reap. Then a few days in Battambang. (Look up the Bamboo Railroad. It was fantastic). Then back to Siem Reap and Phnom Penh and home. We had a terrific time. If you get time, look up The Wildlife Alliance outside Phnom Penh–a wonderful wildlife rehab center with all kinds of rescued animals. All the temples around Siem Reap were fantastic. Siem Reap was also where we found all kinds of interesting classes through a great organization called Backstreet Academy that offers classes from local artisans in all kinds of things–cooking, crafts, stone carving, etc. Super fun.

        I started a blog on Medium, I still have more to write about Cambodia, but then there’s work… kids… life… I need to finish writing about the trip before I forget everything.

        Here was our first day… I’m not sure yet how to post a blog home page but I’m sure it’s there somewhere.
        View story at Medium.com

        Anyway, nice to meet you and I look forward to your adventures!

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