Monthly Archives: January 2012

A Very Long Week… A Very Long Post

“1 in 10 Peace Corps Guatemala volunteers is involved in a serious crime incident.” The conference this week began with a “How We Got Here” presentation by the Inter-American-Pacific Regional PC Director. He talked about the security reviews and meetings … Continue reading

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Well, shit.

Wednesday It’s past 9 am. The event was supposed to start at 7:30. I’ve been here since 6:30. I don’t really mind. For the first time in months muni staff is doing more than sitting around twiddling their thumbs and … Continue reading

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Lost in Translation

I’m low on blog fodder until the big administration handoff happens and my world (possibly) turns upside down. Until things pick back up I do have a few anecdotes that I hope are as entertaining to read for you as … Continue reading

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Feliz Dos Mil Doce

Yes, I’ve stopped crying. As always, huge thanks to those who reached out to remind me that everything is going to be okay and make me feel loved. And, now we’re moving on. Because it’s a new year. With new … Continue reading

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