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Over the past week of being in the Dominican Republic, The Lord has opened my eyes and taught me many things that I definitely wasn't expecting. First of all, traveling with a group of 13 individuals who barely knew each other prior to the trip can be the most exciting, challenging, joyful, insightful, and hilarious journey. Each person who distanced themselves from the familiarity of home ...
... engineer, and knew some English. They came back and I saw the look on their faces. She was pregnant. The nurse told her she was pregnant, I translated to the girl, and she breathed a sigh and told us she thought she was because 6 months ago she had been pregnant and lost the baby. We wished her luck and told her to get to a clinic near her community for further check-ups and sent her off. She got up and left. The patient to my right (that had been there ...
... though, so I'm thinking of taking a painting class pass/fail at the huge university of santo Domingo (UASD)- 160,000 students! That's as long as i did ok on the placement test (we didn't get our scores back yet). That's one thing that's very difficult for me here is the uncertainty. The government hasn't decided yet when the UASD should start classes, and because it's a public university, they have all the power.
I'm also going to ...
... My days for awhile were trying to learn how to build the kits the 7 yr olds make, helping kids from 10-20 yrs old with English for homework and exams, and baseball. My baseball teams as of now:
1) young boys: 8-12 yrs old
2) teenage boys: 13-15 yrs old
3) adult boys: 16-25 yrs old
4: teenage/adult girls: 13-21 yrs old
My main planning is to make sure that the teams are rotated so every team gets to play. The girls might never play ...
... through Santiago, the second largest city in the DR, and then started climbing into the mountains themselves. The higher we got, the rougher the road became and the poorer the communities became. It started to look more like the impoverished part of the Dominican Republic I'll be seeing in Neyba. After about 40 minutes we reached our destination: a community center for the Catholic church in Puerto Plata. CSA isn't a parochial organization, ...