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... came back to see her in 10 years. We signed shirts, many kids asking for phone numbers and about novios. Rachel got a wonderful note in English calling her a 'better friend,' and a 'person honey' which we all cherished.
Kayley was the last to say goodbye, and had the sweetest hug for Marybella, the 3 year old who easily befriended each of us.
That was my moment. Making the connections with all of the kids this week has been so world changing to me. But watching ...
... country is full of friendly gestures.
After dinner at the hotel, the kids enacted the quincianos ceremony. Which is basically a fake wedding ceremony to celebrate her coming of age. Kayleys fathers, Natalie and Annalore, toasted her and helped her choose her court. They danced ( her pretend husband Caleb promises he'll work on perfecting her waltz soon) and celebrated and then we spent hours preparing items for our group for the last day ...
Today Kayley turned 15, she got to celebrate her quincianos in Latin America.
It's been a hot and work filled day. No surprise there. One thing we did at camp today was paint lucky friendship rocks. We used nail polish that I brought from home, and the kids loved it, painting many for all of their new friends. They made great birthday presents as well-- K will be ...
... and we hate to not only feel as if we are letting her down, but this also means we won't get the chance for a last goodbye. However, I know that God's plan is best and so I realized that I could still use this time to share a bit about Project Esperanza and what we did there, and in that way, hopefully still contribute in a small way.
Project Esperanza, like so many of the organizations that we have visited, was started because one or two people came to the DR ...
... br> Our theory is that this was already too late to catch anything since it was
reaching 75 degrees this early in the morning. But with high hopes, we bought
some sandwiches and some beer and headed out to the deeper waters. Nothing too
exciting to mention except for the 300lb whopper we caught just as we were
about to turn back to shore. Check out the picture below.
Our last night on the island, each of us dispersed to find
the one meal we ...