Re: [ujeni] Ten Years After
- View SourceNo slathering thre...must have been some party....
All you had to do was to sign and tie the string....maybe that got you
confused.....my 2.5 yr old daughter can do that, whereas I distinctly
remember having to give you visual instructions.....
Best of all I remember the St. Paddy's Day party in Dedza I think...that
hotel left a biyt to be desired, and the PC Vehicle was much more
comfortable, but the computer contractor who was there at the time swears
that he got malaria there....but also had asked me to pass along my
compliments to the person who provided the Mood Stick.......
----Original Message Follows----
From: John Patten <jppatten98@...>
Subject: Re: [ujeni] Ten Years After
Date: Fri, 8 Jul 2005 21:47:17 -0700 (PDT)
Speaking of the envelopes, the first thing you said to
me after I got past the Starsky and Hutch sunglasses
was, "Sign, slather, and seal." I don't know if I
somehow felt violated.
Showing up at a nunnery by motorcycle with a thin
Malawian in flood pants and a bicycle helmet lead
directly to our getting the door slammed in our face.
But our pleas to help our friend with amoebic
dysentary won the day.
--- Paul DEVER <pcpaul@...> wrote:
> I have fond memories of having to come up with 97__________________________________________________
> safe envelopes, carrying
> oodles of cash with me, trying to keep the hot water
> going (as well as
> electricity) at the Zomba site, and well as that
> long haired guy with the
> motorcycle in that village...I think he was a
> dietician or something....
> Roopangi can tell you about how I cracked up the
> Malawians with my poorly
> pronounced CHichewa.....
> All in all the good memories keep rolling on....
> Anyone hear frmo Mike Nolan?>????
> PS: Love the Dever Slot Machine.....
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