Djibouti Jones

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Djibouti Jones
Writing at the crossroads of faith and culture. Raised in the Christian west, now I live in the Muslim east. I write, run, raise three children. I pray for peace.
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  • Tools for Evaluating Aid Organizations 2 days ago How can you evaluate the organizations who ask for donations? Or to whom you want to donate? Here are some practical questions to ask before donating, joining, promoting, or judging that I hope you'll find helpful.   Are they a registered public 501(c)(3)? Search the organization on Charity...
  • Sexual Harassment. Here We Go Again. 4 days ago I was going to just put this on Instagram. But it got long. Real talk about life in Djibouti. Last night, while walking with a friend, we were assaulted not once, but TWICE, by boys. Using the word “assault” feels extreme, but what else do you call being followed, surrounded, insulted, and...
  • Stronger than Death Book Trailer 1 week ago Annalena Tonelli spent 34 years living and working in the Horn of Africa. Somalis loved her, and still talk about her with great affection, still carry on her legacy, still continue her work. But someone killed her. Why? Why did she stay so long as a foreigner, in the face of massacres, famine,...
  • Stronger than Death Endorsements 2 weeks ago Here is what some early readers are saying about Stronger than Death: How Annalena Tonelli Defied Terror and Tuberculosis in the Horn of Africa. I am blown away by the generosity and kindness of these people who agreed to endorse the book. They are people I respect, admire, am inspired by, and have...
  • The Bookshelf, September 2019 2 weeks ago   The Time is Now, by Joan Chitister.I only kinda liked this book. I wish I had loved it. I love some of her other work. But it felt repetitive and political and I just don’t want to read that right now. At the same time, that might make it the perfect book for someone

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  • The Things They Bring Home From Boarding School Education and International Schools Seventh grade twins bring surprising things home from a three-month term of boarding school. I was prepared for some things, surprised by others. Here are seven things my twins bring home from boarding school and how I handle them. Hollow...
  • 10 Signs You’ve Been an Expat in Djibouti Too Long (or just long enough) Expat Blog Awards 2013 From how you experience weather to a new appreciation for hot water and the habit of adding “If God wills at the end of most sentences,” life in Djibouti changes expatriates. How does life in other nations affect expatriates? Do the changes...

ExpatsBlog.com Expat Blog Awards 2013: Djibouti Gold Award!

This blog won the Gold Award for best expat blog in Djibouti!

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