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... terrible life story of Magna. I have written this summary, which is also posted on my blog "Pedagogical Pilgrim". I have received some donations to help Magna and I am able to send this in the second week of January with a friend who is traveling to Honduras. I trust that Dunia Pérez, the front line worker helping Magna will know best how to help Magna, principally in providing care for the new baby. I am reluctant to use this blog to make an appeal, but some people ...
... year when I returned to Peru with my youngest daughter Naomi.
Now after two trips to Honduras - almost four months in all - and I feel I am barely able to scratch the surface in understanding the complexity of this country, I am again somewhat dislocated in body and spirit. I am back on Vancouver Island - I joined my small group MIJPME which does a "women in black" style vigil for Palestine on the last Friday of each month, I am back to my ...
... different snack type foods which were complemented with tortillas and fresh cheese made with jalapeño peppers. It was for me a marvelous opportunity to spend a last few hours with these wonderful people.
Before I left the house there was a very private and touching moment. I went over to Melo´s mother to give her a goodbye kiss, she turns 94 in November, and she put her hands on my head and said a prayer of blessing deep from her heart. A ...
... is what people live with all the time, it is what they were born into and probably will die with - as imminent change in Honduras is not even remotely possible.
El Progreso is a strange city - modern in so many ways but at the same time with horse and cart regularly competing for space on the road even in the downtown area. It is a city of bicycles - the oldest looking bicycles ever, but many travel by bicycle even at night without reflectors, lights, helmets, or any help ...
... br> some of us picked out a few souvenirs. All the stores we stopped in had
something different to offer that was always interesting. Before leaving
we made a trip to the bathrooms. Since there was only toilet paper in one side we
had to grab some from that one. To entertain herself, Aunt Juanita started dancing
around using the toilet paper as ribbons. It was rather odd and many of the
parents at the park were staring at us. We thought it was funny though, so I