10,706 km Away

Hardships of being with a humanitarian worker

From left to right: me, Nate, Audrey

When Audrey, my wife, left the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to meet me in Colombia after being apart for six months, I never expected we’d have an argument almost immediately. Sitting on bar stools at a simply decorated Japanese restaurant, I remember her asking me about starting a family.

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Just freaking do it, consistently over time => life will be good

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