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Time for the long awaited blog post of the new year and I want to take this time to share how excited I am to see where the new year takes the community of Cangumbang. The end of 2013 and most of 2014 were clearly filled with unique challenges as we literally rebuilt the community from the ground up and were forced to create a new normal for life. But now the community is taking ...
I decided to spice things up and bring Matilda this weekend, instead of the typical cartoon movie, and the kids loved it. It was so nice to relive one of my childhood favorite movies with all the kids. Even though they didn't all understand every word of the movie, the expressions and silly moments were clearly understood, and it was great to share them with the kids. :)
The kids thoroughly enjoy playing badminton in and out of the center on ...
... each of you who have contributed to the construction of the community center in anyway. It has been a long and challenging journey since December 2011 when the idea was first planted in my head, to November 2012 when fund-raising officially kicked off, to March 2013 when we broke ground, to November 2013 when the area was devastated by Typhoon Haiyan. I look forward to the remaining months of this year, which will truly be a new beginning.
A bit of a cheesy title, I know, but this week is a week that I am reminded of the challenges I am capable of overcoming.
Since last Saturday night I have been struggling with a viral infection, virtually bed-ridden for 4 days. But despite any illness I couldn't bear to let it postpone the construction in Cangumbang any further. On Tuesday I forced myself to meet ...
... 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 ...