What do you wanna know?

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I’m coming up on my one-year “blogiversary” next week and I’ve been thinking about what kinds of stories I want to tell on this blog, and wondering what kind of stories you want to read about. So please drop a quick note in the comments below and tell me what are you interested in reading more about from our life here in Tanzania (or life raising twins or life as a multicultural family or life as safari company owners or whatever else you’re curious about).

I’m challenging myself to write more regularly here so if you’ve got a burning question you’d like answered, now’s your chance to ask it!

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5 Responses to What do you wanna know?

  1. Liz says:

    I don’t have any recommendations for what you should write but I wanted to let you know that I too am married to a Tanzanian man, we lived in Arusha for a few years working for our safari company before coming to the States to have our daughter. She is just over a year old now and we are starting to think about when we are going to move back to TZ. I love to read your blog and see what you and the kids are up to. I miss Tanzania like I never thought I would and you allow me a little peek back into our world.

    • Wow, Liz, thanks for commenting and letting me know you enjoy the blog. I mostly write as if my mom is the only one reading it so it’s fun to hear that someone outside my immediate family enjoys the posts. I’d love to know more about your time in Arusha, and stay in touch as you prepare for an eventual return. You can email me any time at brendakimaro [at] gmail [dot] com.

  2. Marie Anne says:

    Food! Tanzanian cuisine that your kids love to eat. Maybe I can gather a similar recipe here and serve my family.

  3. Lindsay Fitch says:

    Brenda I love reading your stories and admiring your fabulous photos!
    I’d love to hear more about your local community and experiences with people in it. How do folks relate to you as a foreigner but someone firmly rooted there with your family?
    I cherish the idea of visiting you guys someday!
    – Lindsay from Salem church 🙂

  4. Carla says:

    Besides LOTS of pictures of Max & Elly, I especially like the posts about customs & traditions of Tanzania. Swahili lessons would be good too.

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