Charity Agbo will always have a special place in my heart as the first girl to come up and ask me to teach her about bikes. It was my second week in Ghana, I was in the back waters of Suhum visiting her school on M&E for ODW. She told me her bike had a flat. As soon as I pulled out my multi-tool to fix it (thanks Uncle Dan!) she took over and showed all her friends her skills. Before I knew it, they all wanted multi tools of their own. When I asked her what she wanted to be when she grew up, she told me she wanted to be a nurse. “Not a bike mecahnic?” I asked. Everyone laughed. The girls of Suhum are way too smart to aspire to bike dirtbaggery as a profession. Thanks Charity for sharing your enthusiasm and ambition with the rest of us!