For the next three months, I will be posting on a new blog, Serving in Saboba, dedicated to chronicling my medical mission to Saboba, Ghana. I will be volunteering and living with an American missionary named Dr. Jean Young at Saboba Medical center. She is a surgeon extraordinaire and a strong woman of God, and I am so excited to learn from her! If you like gory surgery stories, adventures, or safaris, please follow along during this time! The first post is already up!
I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who has put up with my month-long hiatus and supported me during my MCAT cramming time. Your patience has been much appreciated :)
Well, the big day is TOMORROW at 1pm! I am so excited to have time to finally post something delicious after this exam (epic birthday cake and a lot of other treats coming up), to get all this testing stress over and done with, and to pretty much finalize all the things I am preparing for my application… except for one thing!
As many of you know, I’ll be jetting off to Ghana on February 7 for a medical mission! This plan has been in the works for quite a long time, and if I really reflect, even to the point of four years back! God is good all the time. I am so grateful for your prayers and other means of support and will continue to be throughout the trip.
I promise that in between Sunday and when I leave, there will be lots of yummy things up on this blog to ogle/drool over (or is it just me?). There will also be a personal blog devoted to sharing my experiences in Ghana with you, if you are at all interested. :) I will link up as soon as it’s created!
And when I’m back in San Diego I will have even more than 10 days to bake, take photos, EAT and write!
Me da wa se (as they say in Twi)!
or Thank You :)