Category Archives: Things Guatemalan

It just doesn’t seem possible

Last night, my final one in San Juan de Laguna, I had a special night out with the four children in my house: Kayla, Brian, Kayo and Alan. Instead of our typical dinner of tortillas, beans, eggs and sometimes a … Continue reading

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The Guatemalan dream

I have returned again to Guatemala, I’ve lost count of which trip this is, which for me is a very good thing. I know I am a visitor and will likely always be one, but I am not a tourist. … Continue reading

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Pass on the gift

Saturday night I had the chance to listen to a speech by a good friend (and also OU advisory trustee) Pierre Ferrari, CEO of Heifer International. You know Heifer, I hope. At the holidays, I suspect a number of you … Continue reading

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Things Guatemalan

I won’t attempt here to fully explain my Guatemala attachment. That will surely come over time, assuming I keep this blogging thing up. Right now, I am actually having trouble not blogging. I suppose it is a result of having … Continue reading

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