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... the HEAL health workers and the community. One beautiful Indian women approached us once we had all exited the jeep. She explained a little bit about the community and how HEAL had began to help them with composting projects so they could plant gardens. She also proudly pointed out the colorful Hindu temple at the end of the street. The community members had banded together to save money for and build it so that they’d be able ...
... wonderful thought.
Towards the end of our stroll, we finally found the booth with the embroidery. Anusha warned me to keep my distance and to discretely point out the item that I want, so that she could barter a better price for me (the charge much more to foreigners). She haggled aggressively in Hindi for a while and finally came to a good price. Now time to choose a color. I chose yellow with complimentary pink pillow covers. Under the shade of the tarp and in ...
... so looked around the shopping complex and waited until Katie and Mora arrived. We sat down and ordered some drinks until everyone else got there. We were just waiting for the boys and Sumana. When everyone arrived first Sumana told us some good news. She said that AIFS would make a budget for our travel expenses to Adhya. This is something we asked of her because for them its only about 10 dollars a week but for us it really adds up. She made a case for us and ...
... of their residency so that we wouldnt be deported. We were all starving! I felt so bad for Sayantan because he was just sitting outside for hours by himself waiting. But everytime we say we feel bad he does remind us that its ok because its his job.Ugh but still.. He has given up a lot of his time to be with us.
By the time we left here we were all starving and itching to eat. We went to a mall that was close by and the food court consisted of a ...
... of the week was filled with volleyball, tests, and much needed sleep. Good news - my Hindi test that I thought I did horrible on ended up being the best test so far! I got an A! I guess I know more Hindi than I thought I did.
I went for a jog on Friday and when I ran past the children's school, they bombarded me asking questions, offering smiles and hand shakes. They were absolutely adorable. Ranging from age 6 to 13, boys and ...