children who cant be children

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  1. Hey Joy! Remember me? I’m Sofi, Camila’s friend back in Argentina!

    I didn’t know you had a blog! 😀 I’ll start coming in here to check out your posts, i really like the way you write.

    I hope you are enjoying the full experience of my country, with it’s good and bad things and all. How long are you staying there? It would be really nice to get together when i go, wich i gess it will be January or something like that.

    XOXOXO!!!!

    1. Hey Sofia! Of course I remember you! How go all your studies? Are you still involved with the grupo de jovenes at ICP?

      Thanks so much for the great feedback!

      I did absolutely love my time in Bolivia. It is such a special place, unlike anything you find elsewhere. I just loved the constant array of colors. It was such a great time.

      Unfortunately im not there any more! The the down side to bolivia is the government doesnt especially like foreigners, especially especially people from the states, so i wasnt able to get a visa to stay long-term. 😦

      but, i hope to go back someday and spend more time there. There is so much to explore and see.

      enjoy some mate and an alfajore for me in Argentina!

      peace, love, joy

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