Monthly Archives: May 2011

Unfortunate Occurrence

Of course as soon as I start writing about routines and comfort something happens to throw that all off track. Today I got robbed at gunpoint. Before you start hyperventilating or anything, I’m fine. No bodily harm, just shaken up … Continue reading

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Moving Pictures

Dennis requested video blogs and, while this is actually a video I made with my youth groups for the Coverdell World Wise Schools exchange and not a video blog, I still thought it might be interesting for some of you. … Continue reading

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Odds and Ends

You may have noticed that my posting has become fairly erratic over the last few months. This isn’t because internet has become scarce (in fact, I spend a hearty chunk of my living allowance every month ensuring that I have … Continue reading

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I’m going to take advantage of this day to tell the world about my Mom. When I first started toying with the idea of doing the Peace Corps my parents were, understandably, confused. Particularly my Mom. You see, my mother … Continue reading

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I’ve mentioned Ferias before (annual town fairs) and have been lucky enough to have seen two outside of my own municipio (in Nueva with Roxanne and in San Jacinto with Kristin and Felicia). But there’s just nothing like experiencing your … Continue reading

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