One of the things that I appreciate about Buenos Aires is the abundance of small leafy plazas and parks. Continue reading A Walk in the Park
so last night I began classes. first day of school. to give you a bit of a picture how it went – now i dont swear very often- and i walked out after it and all i could think was F—! ha, i mean, i knew before that it was going to be hard, like … Continue reading First Day of School
the Strong’s So, after more than 24 hours of traveling – including an extra special 10 hour overnight layover in the airport of San Paulo – I finally make it to Buenos Aires. The Strong’s, a missionary couple who are part of AVANT Minstries (http://www.avantministries.org/) met me at the airport as they have generously … Continue reading Arriving in Buenos Aries
It has been sort of hard transitioning out of my life in Honduras. I’ve thought about it a lot now, why it meant so much to me. and i realize its because i’ve never had so few distractions, and felt that that the majority of my time was had so much purpose and focus and … Continue reading Transitions
Changing lives, one family at a time. A little over a year ago marks the launch of Public Health Brigades. The idea for Public Health Brigades came from the simple observation that despite over 5 years of medical care, the vast majority of the patients coming out to our Medical Brigades were still suffering from the exact same issues as when we started… Continue reading Public Health Brigades Celebrates its First Birthday!
I graduated from the Graduate School of Social Service in 2008, like many students, not quite sure of what the future had in store. But I had high hopes and a goal of putting what I had learned to use in an international setting…. Continue reading How Fordham Prepared Me for a Career in International Development
So the other day was Children’s Day in Honduras. At school s across the country there were celebrations and parties (When I was a kid, I remember asking my mom why there was Mother’s Day and Father’s Day and no day for kids, and she said that’s because every day is kid’s day!) … Continue reading Children’s Day in Los Parajillos