I’m cheating a little because I’ve written about this child before. But it’s now buried under a year or so of other posts.  Because this child amazes me, I love talking about him.  And it’s an excuse to go through my pictures looking for the very best ones to share with you.  That there is…

The topic of this blog for the last few weeks has been heavy.  I’ve been focusing on the ones who run away.  But what about the good stuff?  What about the kids who are thriving in Proniño?  There are plenty of them, and it’s time to showcase some.  Unless something major and unexpected happens, good…

If you’ve read the last three posts, then you’re probably expecting this one to end with the same result.  One more kid back in Proniño.  I’ve always hated reading books in which I’m filled with hope only to find that the book ends in tragedy.  So, I’m going to start with the end.  Carlos (on…

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I left Honduras on Tuesday without having been able to talk to  Carlos or Antony, the other 50%.  Sigh. The next day I received an email titled: “Ummm can you call me?” I opened it to find this picture. The email began like this: “Don’t ask me how it happened, and don’t ask me what…

50%

At the end of the last post, we still had 3 kids on the street.  Read the first post here. (Actually, according to this site, there are roughly 20,000 kids on the street in Honduras.) But back to Antony, Carlos and Walter.  The story continues… Today is all about Walter. Oh this face. Walter has…

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