|The Mug Club|
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
I didn’t visit them as much during my second year after I moved to my own apartment, and that’s something I regret, but every time I did visit, it was like I never had left. After I moved out, I gave them a framed picture of us- it still sits proudly displayed on their mantelpiece, and Chico points it out every time I visit. I know it will still be there when I visit someday, that Chico will give me a big hug, and we’ll sit down in the rocking chairs to talk about all that has happened since I last visited. Maria and I will point at various things in the house with duck lips. We might even have rosquillas and coffee- the true somoteño way.
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Headlamps are an important part of baking after sunset in the campo.
The next day, Dunia gave a lesson on how to make tortillas after breakfast, and then we hiked down to the river and went through the canyon. After two years, I still love it!
It was a great way to celebrate my birthday and also avoid all of the craziness of semana santa elsewhere. I’m glad some of my closest friends made it up to celebrate with me!
I realize it’s been forever since I’ve written. I'm not going to promise more updates, but I hope to do a few reflections on service and the last two years. So stay tuned, just don't hold your breath. ;)
Monday, November 11, 2013
|This group made an aloe shampoo and demonstrated using it.|
|Defending their product.|
|We were a bit skeptical on this product.|
|I was afraid the table was going to catch on fire.|
|The winning group!|
|The team along with one of my counterpart teachers, Alex.|
|Some last minute presentation advice.|
|A la desnutrición le pone fin!|
|They were really psyched about third place.|
|A bit disappointed at a tough loss.|
|Both my teams.|