When I was back in Atlanta a few months ago, I was discussing my thoughts about the changes I’ve seen in Afghanistan since arriving full time in 2008.
The editors of CNN’s Afghanistan Crossroads blog asked me if I could write up my feelings for a blog entry. I’m doing that now and aware there will be people living in Afghanistan that agree with these thoughts and others who feel differently. But this is purely based on my observations.
I’ll be honest when I say the vulnerability feels stronger now than it did last year. I’m not sure if it is due to the increasingly perilous security situation or because the reality of it all is sinking in.
I’ve noticed some small changes that in the end can be seen as big changes – something as insignificant as my headscarf. FULL POST