The KAF Chronicle (AKA shortest newsletter series EVER)

We only put out two issues of the KAF Chronicle while I was in Kandahar, but I was proud of them nonetheless. I wish it could have been a full-time job– taking photos, talking to people and learning their stories – instead of squeezing it in between work and not enough sleep.

ATCO KAF Chronicle - Issue 01 - 2010 February

ATCO KAF Chronicle – Issue 01 – 2010 February

ATCO KAF Chronicle - Issue 02 - 2010 May-June

ATCO KAF Chronicle – Issue 02 – 2010 May-June

 

 

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Judy,
I hope you still remember me:) I was talking to Branka (I hope you remember her as well) and she gave me this link…awesome..I was wondering how are you and I guess I positively draw this blog. How is life treating you these days?I am not on FB any more, I never really like that social net anyway.I am glad that I have found this and I will read more later.I you find some time you can e mail me back.Thank you for being part of my life in Kandahar.
Elvira

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    Elvira! So good to hear from you! And how nice to know that both you and Branka know where to “find” me. YAY! Yeah, facebook is tricky, but I do like that I can quickly find out what my extended family is up to – there’s so many of them! I’ll send you a quick email now so that we can stay in touch. And by the way, thank YOU for being a part of my life in Kandahar. BIG HUGS!

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