Sunday, March 10, 2013

PCV Profile: Harrison


Harrison is one of my closest friends in Peace Corps. He has a love of camp (though we both admit, mine is a bit bigger). He listens to my crazy stories, keeps me sane when I feel like the sky is falling and is an all-around stellar guy. Not a teacher by trade, Harrison is a natural in the classroom. He is also helping with Camp GLOW this year and hoping to help Sean and get the male-equivalent started up in Vava'u. Here is a little info on Harrison:

What's your favorite song at the moment? "The General" by Dispatch

What's your favorite thing to do on a Sunday afternoon? In Tonga, nothing. I like doing nothing. In America, I like to watch football.

Have any hidden talents? I can wiggle my ears. (And then he showed everybody)

What would be your dream job? Head of the World Bank ... or president.

What's a book you read recently that you loved? War and Peace was pretty spectacular.

What is your favorite Tongan food? Puaka tunu (roast pig), lu or clams.  


Who else do I work with? Check out Sean, Mark, Michael and Joey.

PCV Profiles is a regular post where I introduce you to fellow Peace Corps Volunteers working in Tonga. Man, it sure looks like I work with a bunch of dudes. Don't worry, girl posts are coming soon! Stay tuned!

1 comment:

  1. Mandy, you DO work with a bunch of dudes. We all know it.