Jessica wrote on this postcard about her recent decompression by walking. She was working in Tamale on lots of new projects and living out of a hotel which was dizzying at the time. She found herself walking at night just to get some space. Along the way, some kids would try to work up the courage to talk with her or stand near here. She wrote about the kids calling out "salmiga, hello" and then running away again. (I'm hoping I read the greeting right, Jess correct me here if its not salmiga). She would try to ignore them, waving is too scary for them I guess. I'm also guessing this image is something she has also seen on her walks, or imagines she might. Can you tell us what Kayao is Jess? A woman carrying a load on her head is such an African image. Enjoy her beautiful postcard.