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... I told them any pictures
I took this trip I would print and bring back to them next summer. This sort of
started a little photo shoot, where EVERY kid wanted me to take an individual
picture of him or her. I may need to take out a personal loan next summer to
afford to print all of these pictures! They had so much fun and they are so
damn cute that every picture turned out great! This is also due to my new
camera lens (thanks Robert!)
... return early to the radio station for a meeting with youth in the leadership program. Ramon and Letti drove me to a spot somewhere in San Pedro (I know not where) and we met Josue my compadre.
Josue then took me to their little house in Jucutuma, a housing development about a 20 minute drive east of SPS. Jennifer had planned to cover an event in the morning in SPS but that changed with the weather. A tropical storm brewing in the Caribbean reached Honduras last night with ...
... morning I saw Magna sitting in the reception area and she smiled at me so I went over to speak to her. She was feeling positive and told me quite directly that she was not suicidal and her goal was to find a place to live and to be reunited with her children. I asked no questions but she told me that Maria (the young Spanish lawyer) had told her that I wished to accompany her next week when she is allowed to visit her children. She was pleased that I was interested in ...
... some as young as 10, try to flee the country each month heading north looking for opportunities. (An estimated 50,000 children from Honduras will make the trip north through dangerous Guatemala and Mexico with the hope that they might make it through to the USA, often with the encouragement of their parents who see no hope for them in Honduras.) They more often encounter violence, human traffickers who put the women into sex slavery or have them ...
... connected to the story about Chabelo Morales, whom some of you learned about last year and who will certainly features in posts from this trip to Honduras.
I hope you can find a moment to read Melo's tribute to Padre Guadalupe. If that wets your appetite just google "Padre Guadalupe Carney" and there will be plenty to read.