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Should I help? How? How much?

My husband Grant has written some great thoughts about how to help people when you live in a place that can overwhelm you with need – a place like Mexico, a place like our neighborhood.   I think he nailed it!  … Continue reading

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Making some Deliveries

Besides the children at Manos de Amor, we made up some extra baskets for some other families who desperately need help. First we delivered baskets to our family in Cardboardlandia  in San Vicente.   Three daughters – three babies.  Born to … Continue reading

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Learning to Share

Today we were invited to help Veronica and some of the Manos de Amor children with a task they do 3 times a week. We have told Veronica to assign us tasks that will make her life easier and this … Continue reading

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Not Better….Just Different

Because we have not completely wrapped up the zillions of details of our move south, we are back in Canada for three weeks to finish taxes, finish construction, and finish packing.  There are a lot of ‘finishes’ before you can truly … Continue reading

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