|My host mother, 'M'e 'Masekila and me before the ceremony.|
Tradition in America implies that the more concisely a person can say something, the more prepared they are, the more they know on the topic. In Lesotho, it is the opposite. The more one can elaborate or describe something, the better. So over the course of the next few hours, I listened carefully to the chief, half of the women in MCCC, villagers, a local pastor, a teacher, my mother, and more speak positively about my work, my personality, my love for Lesotho, Sesotho, and the people of our communities, and how much I would be missed.
|The wonderful people of MCCC.|
|Me with Ntate Thamahane|
|My supervisor, 'M'e 'Mamphatsoe was excited to show me that we now have the same kobo so we will be forever connected.|
|'M'e 'Matlabeli gave me the hat I am wearing on behalf of the Village Health Workers I have worked alongside over the past two years.|
|My favorite twins and I match!|