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... to me, I never would have made it this far or accomplished so much.
Secondly, I must thank VFV, the founders, board members, staff, communities, homestays, especially the Macasil Family, and the children. You have all impacted my life in indescrible ways. Lastly, if you are reading this now it means that you have taken time over the last 6 years to join me in my journey, and for that I am forever grateful.
... on Monday and the kids hadn't had much food or gone to school yet. I asked Josey Rose if their mother left any money or food, and the answer was no.
At first these situations would infuriate me, but I've come to realize that a great deal of people do not purposefully leave their children to fend for themselves. But instead they are forced to do it out of necessity.
I have to believe that even the slightest feeling to mother these kids ...
... yellow, illustrating the resiliency of the fields as the rice is now ready for harvest. Though I may personally enjoy the site of the fields when they are green, during mid-season, the yellow color is a blessing this year and a welcomed livelihood for the villages in the area.
The first waves of homes built by Catholic Relief Services (CRS) in Hibicaan are completed, and now the second and third waves of families are beginning to receive funding and material ...
... their desired careers. Eight of the children will begin high school in June. Six of the children completed day care, and will move on to kindergarten at the Primary School in Cangumbang. Another handful of children graduated from the primary school, and will now attend classes at the elementary school in Palo.
As I stood amidst the rubble of their schools and each of them walked across the ...
... golden pheasants, put on a show with shimmering feathers. The large lizards ran free with their own small pond as did some geese. There was a talking bird similar to a Macau, and some Ostriches and a caged Boa.
The beach front sported some covered tree houses, and some Polynesian style canopies for picnics and one had a giant swinging table that could easily seat 6 or 8 people. The rooms were nice, although there were only ...