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... accepted because of her high marks. The youngest is Gabriela, a most beautiful 10 year old who is a dynamo personality and totally delightful. Ramon is a mechanical engineer and with Letti have a successful business in construction supplies. Letti made a fabulous dinner with barbecued meat and vegetables. The marinade used some citric juice and it made the meat something exquisite and delicious. We spent the evening in conversation helped by some Chilean wine. In the morning Melo ...
... them. Magna was obviously happy to have them close by but still seemed awkward, and they towards her. They have been in this institution for more than a year and surely they know why they are there.
Magna started to bring out the clothing and to fit the children. Most were well chosen but one pair of shoes was too big and another too small, but Magna had been reassured that she could exchange the shoes for a different size.
Eventually that two youngest boys came ...
... is still healing, but his parents are having a difficult time dealing with his death. He was killed in his home, with only his cell phone being stolen, so it was obviously not a robbery. The police will only say that they are looking for a suspect, but in reality there is no investigation into this death.
We were informed by Ani, Carlos' sister, that the family was gathering at the home of Carlos. We got there to find the family, mother and father, 7 of the siblings, some ...
... be shocked at what you will learn about "fracking" and its consequences.
I recommend that you take a peek at what Mary has written. There is a short reminder of what happened in the village of El Mozote, not that many years ago. If you don't remember, it is probably because you didn't read about it in our newspapers as the elimination of an entire village by the army of El Salvador really wasn't newsworthy in Canada.
BEST DAY EVER!!! Well, maybe
not EVER, but definitely the best Honduran day I have ever had. At least, after
I left the clinic this morning…
So Matt’s cousin Liz was
sick yesterday, and protocol here is if anyone gets sick they go to the clinic
as a precaution. Which I happen to like,
as it reduces any risk of something developing if getting treatment. Because
she is with my group, I was asked to come stay overnight with her ...