The last few weeks have been busy for everyone! Here are the final posts for the FS Spring Rejuvenation!
I’ve really been enjoying JDC’s posts about life in Lagos. All FS families think that the drivers at their post are the worst in the world. In JDC’s case, she’s right.
Kitchen Cables shares her experiences of a Balkan market.
Connie picked up chili peppers at the grocery store, and shared a delicious looking recipe for Chili Relleno Casserole.
Kate describes a trip to CASEA, an open air farmer’s market in Brasilia.
And finally, a round up of Moscow grocery stores from Crafty Foreign Service.
While writing the prompts over the last six weeks, I ended up with a long list of ideas that I wasn’t able to squeeze into six weeks of prompts. Fellow FS bloggers, here are several more ideas for posts:
Find someone new and local to hang up in your home. What do you display on the walls of your home — photos, posters, artwork, nothing? How do you choose what to dislay? What mood are you trying to create?
Tell us about something you know you should do . . . but don’t.
When was the first time you really felt like a grown up (if ever)?
Have you ever gone to a new place or tried a new experience at Post and thought to yourself, “I’m never doing that again!” Tell us about it.
What does patriotism mean to you?
What are you thankful for today?
Share 5 items on your bucket list
What is the one piece of advice your parents gave you that still sticks with you today?
What do you do to nourish your soul when you feel emotionally depleted?
What you’re loving on Pinterest right now?
Why did you start blogging?
What was the last book you read?
What’s a book you could read again and again and again?
The worst thing that ever happened to you in the FS, and what you learned from it
5 top things and 5 bottom things about your most recent (or current) post (shamelessly stolen from whomever organized this the last time)
5 rules for surviving your first pack out
5 Questions you should ask your sponsor before you arrive at Post
5 things you think new arrivals should know about your Post before they get off the plane
5 ways to be a great ___________ at Post (sponsor, employee, friend, event organizer, social butterfly, WHATEVER)
A day in the life at Post