I mean, sure, I wasn’t really using that red crayon in my hand as it was actively colouring my Winnie-the-Pooh masterpiece.  Feel free to grab it mid color if that’s what you really want. It’s very common for a child to struggle for a few days or weeks when he first arrives at Proniño.  The…

Oh my it’s been a while since I’ve blogged. But I have some excuses. Of course. I’m trying to figure out the best way to steam the wrinkles out of these. And the evening is being planned where these donations are transformed into stunning, or at least eye catching, silent auction baskets. And I’m working…

In theory, I love family visits. There’s just something about meeting mini-versions of the boys in the faces of the their siblings still living at home. And there’s often a fair amount of awkwardness between the child and his parent(s). I’m always happy to be the show and tell object that takes the focus off…

Yesterday, Miguel celebrated 75 days off of the street and away from the drugs.  (And it’s such a shame nobody can see the wiggle I did while writing that sentence.)  It would be very understandable and expected to talk about … Continue reading

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