I’m back from Kenya and things are getting back to “normal”. I am no longer homeless (moved back into my condo after subletting it for the summer) and no longer jobless (more to come in the next entry). I thought I would feel good about this, but it has taken some getting used to. First, moving back into my condo was weird. I didn’t feel completely comfortable and had mixed emotions about being back. Maybe because others had been in my place, but I’m slowly adjusting. Getting my mind around actually working is hard, but I am thankful to have an offer. I guess I’ll have to find a way to tell my sister and brother-in-law that I must turn down the nanny position they offered me.
All in all, things couldn’t have worked out better for me. I had the most amazing summer and have done things that I never could have guessed I would have done six months ago. Kenya was absolutely amazing and I have so many great shot of every animals you can imagine. We saw the Big Five, which are the five most difficult animals to hunt on foot in Africa. They are the Elephant, Lion, Cape Buffalo, Rhino, and Leopard. In addition to the Big Five, we saw Cheetahs, Zebras, Hyenas, Wildebeest, Impala, Tompson Gazelles, Baboons, Birds, Waterbucks, Hippos, Giraffes, Flamingo’s and more.