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Looking Forward

This past week I went back to the States to attend the weddings of some very dear friends. I have been thinking a lot in recent weeks about the impending closure of my time in Guatemala. I have less than three...

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Self Care

Those that work in care giving professions – educators, health workers and the like – give a lot of their energy. Most are so invested that they continually go above and beyond the call of duty. If it comes to...

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On Display

This week the Art Program hosted a Noche de Gala (Gala Night) – an art and music exhibition. The event was held at El Sitio, an art gallery and performance space in Antigua. El Sitio is itself both a venue and an...

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Reunited…and it Feels so Good

Educators don’t play favorites. At least, we’re not supposed to. But, we’re also human and we connect with our students in vastly different ways. These children have all become like my own family, but there is one...

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Getting Closer

We’re back at work, and the building feels so lonely and empty without the students. They are the life and energy of this place. It’s eerie and echoey without them. The Social Development Department does an...

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I’m Back!

January 15, 2011 “Home” is a relative term. The concept of home can change dramatically throughout the course of a lifetime, particularly for someone with nomadic tendencies like myself. It’s tough living in...

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