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A blog about everything that falls into my head. Main inspiration? You. Everytime you are nice and leave a comment a blue-eyed girl living in the middle of nowhere smiles.

Owner: MariekeMeloen

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Latest Blog Posts for Vive La Difference

  • Yes.
    on Apr 4, 2013
    General- everyday-thoughts of an au pair:  Folding adult-clothes sucks.Alright, you can have my banana and I’ll take your brownish apple, even though you ate your banana, and this is my banana, but you know I’m a grown up so here you go. Bit...
  • Exhausted
    on Mar 7, 2013
    Converse in the snow back in January. I got an awful lot of crap about that from aunts and grandmas alike.How is it that the work I take on VOLUNTARILY my GAP YEAR takes more time than any of the homework I did in my final year of high school? Am I p...
  • I'm flyiiing today woohoo
    on Jan 13, 2013
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  • I'm writing about feelings on the internet. This might be a dumb idea.
    on Jan 12, 2013 in Ghana
    Yeah, so I had plans once. Plans to write and blog and tell you internetpeople everything, but then I had to say goodbye in Ghana, get on a plane (on December 21. I survived.) and then I was home. Finally. With the confused feeling of being happy/sad...
  • In which Marieke gets all preachy and shizzle
    on Dec 11, 2012 in Ghana
    Do you remember when you wrote your b’s and d’s backwards? When your dad was the strongest man you knew? When you intentionally made your teacher love you when you wrote ‘’Madame ...... is a kind girl.’’ on your exam? Well, I’m reliving...
  • Smileyfacee
    on Dec 5, 2012 in Ghana
  • How To Lose a Ghanaian Man in 5 Seconds
    on Nov 11, 2012 in Ghana
    This is an illustrative photograph I found online. Except I didn’t, and I know those people. I’m a white girl in Ghana. It is fun most of the time, because everybody is friendly, want to help you and want you to be happy. But then there are...
  • :D
    on Nov 9, 2012 in Ghana
    1 month of absence. This is a good thing. I am busy and having fun, the days fly and I am truly falling in love with everything over here. The kids are cute and amazing, teaching is so satisfying but challenging, I love the noise, the dirt, the heat...
  • Ghana and… the word fat
    on Oct 11, 2012 in Ghana
     Me and my buddy Doris!Walking down the street in Ghana as a white girl, there is one word that is constantly shouted at you. Obruni, meaning white person. No matter where you are or what you are doing, obruni is usually your identifier. At scho...
  • Things I miss about home
    on Oct 7, 2012 in Ghana
    Sometimes when you’re in Africa and trying to help and do your best, even though it sometimes makes you cry, you forget about the fact that you were supposed to blog. It’s not easy, buddy. Things I miss about home: CHEESE. I’m not even a big fa...
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