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... three communities where our staff work everyday. Each one had excelled at a specific program and would serve as a great example of what success with Women's groups, gardening, or micro finance/entrepreneurship could look like.
We woke up at around 8:00am and got ready. Lauren decided to stay home for the day to catch up on sleep so that she'd have the energy to participate in the rest of the week’s activities that ...
... sounds of car horns, and trash thrown everywhere. Hyderabad stimulates all of your senses all the time, making for both very tiring and exciting days. What I came to realize is that I had to find a common ground between knowing when I’m going to push myself and knowing when I’ve reached my limit. This lesson is one that I hope to keep with me for the rest of my life.
As I continue to process my ...
... swollen and large that there was no way a finger could reach in there. It didn't hurt (the swelling) I was just concerned that it was not a normal amount. The only way the backing came out was by using tweezers! The tweezers weren't even used on the backing, it was used on the earring to pull it straight out of my nose. Then, I with relief I was left with the backing snuggled into my nose. With a few hard breaths out of my nose it came right out. Phew.
... other Americans from Tagore and asked them what was good and where to order and all that. It was only 35 rs for lunch! A big lunch. Rice, a bread thing (not naan), cauliflower, sauces. Yum. Lunch was an experience. You pay at a place where it's an older woman just sitting and mobs of people throwing money at her saying what they want. Lines don't exist in India. What is that?! I have forgotten. We pushed our way through to give her our money and get our slip for food. We then ...
... It is so bittersweet. People are already starting to leave the hostel which makes me rather sad. On a good note, only one more final left on Monday, Hindi, and then I have a week off to pack and enjoy the rest of my time here in Hyderabad.
Talk to you soon!