Chez Moi 2.0

I realize I haven’t shown any images of my updated home setup since after just after moving in back  in January. The changes are relatively minor, but it’s the little things that make a house a home, right? The most visible changes are the addition of a lipico, essentially a pool lounge type chair that I use as a bed/couch in conjunction with a sleeping pad, and all of the items up on the walls. I essentially spend all of my time in the front room (where there is a ceiling fan) and use the back room only for showering and storage.

Be on the lookout for: blue Peace Corps 50th anniversary fabric we had made, a homemade photo wall made with wood, string, and rocks, a map of Ouaga, pleather covering for my coffee table, plastic covering for my kitchen tables, hooks for clothes, lots of additional water storage, masks, a highlighted world map of countries where Peace Corps has served (thanks Erin!), and my awesome blue/orange chair that I where i typical sit for most of the time I spend in my house.



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