Monthly Archives: November 2011

Thankful

Yes, I’m aware that I’m a little late to post this, but I was just a tad busy. You know,  helping cook and then devour vegetarian thanksgiving… killing our turkey piñata… playing lots of cards… enjoying a thanksgiving starbucks… taking … Continue reading

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Estrellas de Hoy

Now that I’ve passed the halfway mark of service that little nagging voice, the one that asks me incessantly, “Hey, have you accomplished anything yet? What exactly are you DOING?!” has kicked into high gear and really started to become … Continue reading

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Finally

Yesterday Guatemala elected their next president: Otto Perez Molina of Partido Patriota. This NY Times article does a good job of summing up the election and presenting the challenges facing Molina. How do I feel about it? Well, officially, as a … Continue reading

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Unexpected Adversaries

Sometimes I like to think about what the TV series based on my life would be like. (What? You don’t do this?) Clearly, we are in the middle of the two seasons called “Chapin Living: The Peace Corps Years”. Running … Continue reading

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