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Travel Blogs from Sosua
... when they do not answer that, I feel a bit put
out. Work is stressful because so much is expected to be done immediately. With
phones, texting, email, internet, and quite a few ways to deliver a piece of mail,
we tend to feel that we should not have to wait long for anything.
Being here has taught us to be patient. Waiting is not such a bad thing when you know that no
one is really expecting anything to happen too fast. As strange as it may
... I watched the way everyone else was just swimming I felt a lot better. Then as I watched Camden and Lauren diving under to get a closer look that, 'if only I were braver' feeling came back. Lauren must have been able to tell somehow, because she swam over to me and ask if I wanted to dive with her. So with Lauren by my side, I took a breath and dove down. I don't know how many of you have ever faced one of your fears, but that moment when you overcome the ...
... slept' very loosely as between the fear, the incessant
barking of the dogs and the consistent car alarms (at least 5 a night) going off, sleep wasn't really happening.
As you can imagine, the hope of not having to spend another night under those conditions,
was tear worthy. After service, Mike and Toni introduced us to some people that
they thought we may be able to serve with and then they drove us to look at the
lodging they suggested. ...
... because I do it.
Yes, I may be willing to share my proverbial 'markers', the things in my life that I don't ascribe a whole lot of worth to. But when it comes to those things that I value, my tendency is often to hold tight, even if I may have more than I need at the time. This fact became crystal clear to me the other night. The kids and I had gone back to visit Michelle and Amanda, the
two long term volunteers who we roomed with during our first week of ...
... found a place in the DR that seemed like a very viable option. It is located in a 'town' in the Puerto Plata region. Munoz is a community that is a combination of Dominicans and Haitians. What I have learned is that there is a fairly high disdain between the two groups. Dominicans feel (much as many American's feel toward illegal immigrants) that the Haitians have no business here. They are stealing jobs, taking advantage of government programs (this still ...