December 31, 2018 Our dahabeya Aida docked this morning at the island of Fares. We were going to see a local craftsman, the last crate maker in Upper (southern) Egypt. Transportation to the crate maker’s home was via “tuk-tuk,” two passengers per vehicle! We bumped and jostled along the dusty roads of Fares village, observing […]Read More Journey to Egypt: The Crate Maker of Fares Island
For Becky’s Month of Squares: In the Pink, here is a rusted,well-used truck, parked on a street near where I live. It obviously has seen better days – but hey, it still runs okay! – and maybe it was pinker when it was new! 🙂Read More Month of Squares: Working Truck
The Ragtag Daily Prompt for today is labor. Labor unions are a vanishing breed these days, particularly in the United States, where corporate interests have instilled negative and often false information about unions in the American public. Several states have busted unions and then became “right to work” states. This euphemism is meant to be […]Read More RDP Monday: Labor
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is “Busy or People Working.” Every year, the last weekend in April (this weekend!), our church has a huge rummage sale, our biggest fundraiser of the year. We always need a lot of volunteers. The sale takes over nearly every room in the church. We have a clothing room […]Read More CFFC: Working Hard or Hardly Working?
There are different types of partnerships throughout life. As children, we pair up with a “best friend” or two. In school, we are taught to work with others and often are assigned to work with partners. As adults, we may have partners at work (such as law firms, where the name of the firm consists […]Read More WPC: Partners