My service draws to a close. Many volunteers would be reflecting in their closing up blog posts, I am currently just procrastinating against the mountainous paperwork left on my desk. It is said, by some, it is harder to leave the PeaceCorps, than to join. I have a distinct feeling that is true.
Getting the house packed up, looks like I still have quite a bit of food. It has been hard to budget appropriately over these 26 months, so I may have gone a bit overboard on the food purchases. Hopefully, it will find some use in Vila or wherever it all ends up.
Many volunteers hold a sale at the end of their service, this is something I will need to do now, as my village will be a ghost town in just a week and I will have no one to sell too. The major items are already sold/pledged to be sold, my bike and Nikon Point and Shoot. I guess I just don't have that much left.
Bank accounts need to be closed, papers need graded, description of service need to be written, VRFs need to be updated, grades need submission, my damn IT curriculum needs to be finished for the next group, the list goes on.