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... Community, I am happy to announce that financially this is already possible. I am anxious to get back to Tacloban to begin the construction process once again.
I hope to build as many homes as possible.
I want to provide the educational resources necessary for the children in every way possible.
I wish to give the families hope for the future and a way to more forward each day.
This year I want to establish a steady Nutrition ...
... arriving in South Bend at 2100.
South Bend is stunning, a university town about 200 kms from Chicago on a big river. It had been snowing all day and they had about 4 inches on the ground. On the recommendation of the B&B we went to the pub 3 blocks away were they had live music. We wandered down in the snow and picked a prime spot at the bar to watch the entertainment. I have one observation, no-one really drinks, I have not seen any-one ...
... we stop for the first planned highlight of our trip. We visit the South Bend Museum of Art to explore Ansel Adams: Masterworks. Les and I love photography, making, as well as experiencing the insights, experiences, and art of others. The collection includes many prints that are familiar – Yosemite in particular. Some new to us – the children of grape pickers working in Napa Valley vineyards in the 40s, and ...
... saved an entire village from the storm. It is unimaginable what level of devastation would have occurred without the center's presence. I am overwhelmingly thankful to so many individuals, families, and organizations for helping the Filipino people survive after the storm and for supporting me through every challenge since November 8th.
May all of you have a very Merry Christmas, filled with love, joy, and hope for the new year.
... a Bed and Breakfast. This Victorian converted home was festively decorated for the holidays, leaving no surface unadorned. Our room, the Maid's Room, was filled with old radios, collected by the owner's father. We enjoyed a dinner at Chesapeake Seafood House. Even though we arrived prior to 6 pm, we waited for a table, a clear indication that this restaurant was a favorite of the locals.