I have quite a large number of suitors in Honduras.  Yep, it’s true.  Many of  the men are so overwhelmed by my beauty that they can’t help but blow me kisses as I pass.   The really committed ones shout out “I love you, baby!”  In English.  Those ones get bonus points.  It’s hard being…

My first trip consisting solely of high school students has ended and all minors have been safely reunited with their parents.  Phew!  Honestly, I was a little nervous about this trip.  The children that we work with mean so much to me and it’s important that people on the team ‘get it’ by the end…

A story about what happens when one person does something…in numbered list form…because I love lists in general and numbered ones are at the top of my, ahem, list. 1. A year and a half ago, Alejandra found out about Proniño.  And she was moved to do something, anything.  She looked around her house and…

Milton is another child that I first met at Nueva Esperanza.  He was one of the biggest kids in the center but wouldn’t hurt a fly.  He’s a gentle giant at 5 feet 4 inches.  Slightly developmentally disabled he seems a lot younger than he really is. And amidst all of the chaos and fighting…

I’m often asked “Can I really make THAT MUCH of a difference in a week?”  After many conversations and much prayer and analyzing I can say, with 100% certainty, that I don’t know.  =)  I do know that you won’t solve all the problems in Honduras in one week.  But as long as you don’t…

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