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Welcome! I am a British Freelance Writer and Educational consultant working in Bangladesh. I also have ADHD.
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Monthly Archives: March 2012
Well, I’m posting this a little early this week and missing out my usual minipost for midweek because tonight my family and I head off to the Sundarbans for a conference/Holiday. So, I thought I would just give a little … Continue reading
This is a Santal story I have translated as part of my studies into the tribal language of the area. The story comes from a children’s school text book which I have worked through over the course of a year. … Continue reading
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One of our delights, when having a day off, is to make a visit to the village of our Santal friends. We walk out of the LAMB gates, down the road and then walk along the railway lines for about … Continue reading
I felt this blog deserved being seen by others – especially those of you I know who will find this kind of geekiness and humour brilliant. I recommend not just this post but the whole blog. Enjoy Happy Pi Day!.