Monthly Archives: February 2011

>College: Memories of Insecurity

>Via Facebook, I just viewed pictures from Homecoming. Everyone looked so happy, friendships kept up with and enjoyed often. It stirred up old feelings and realizations. I don’t enjoy those college friendships because I never really got close to anyone … Continue reading

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>Which Way Home

> People always ask me what country I liked living in the most. That is easy to answer. Honduras! Why? I fell in love with the people! Last night I watched Which Way Home, a documentary following the stories of … Continue reading

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>I Believe in Dreams

> “Wait, Granny! Come back.” It was October 19, 1983 when I received a call from my uncle that my granny had suffered a heart attack. It has been twenty eight years now and my memory of that day is … Continue reading

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>My Private Garden

> I have a private garden where only the most beautiful of flowers and hardiest of trees are planted. There is a mix of textures, colors, height and fullness. Only the best soil was used in cultivating this garden and … Continue reading

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>Pretty Please

> Africans never had reservations with asking. If they came to our house and liked my mom’s vase, they would ask for it. If they liked my shoes, they asked. The mentality was; if you do not ask, you will … Continue reading

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>Book of Treasures

> Last night my dad called me to his bedroom where he was reading, preparing to retire for the night. He held a book, Great Expectations, which he had chosen from the bookshelf. Upon opening the old red cover, instead … Continue reading

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>God Is My Rock


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