Thursday, November 29, 2007

well-nigh time to post something new

Photos from Quisela on the Pacific Coast. Like the Mombacho trip reminded me of my heart's home on a mountain, this day trip reminded me of the other half of my home landscape- the ocean. I grew up wedged between both. Close to one or the other (preferably both) naturally makes me feel so at home. Saltwater on skin is so comforting, not in the introverted-retreat-type of comfort, but in the run-out-and-relish-the-moment-out-loud type.

Sunday, November 18, 2007

Estar Guars (Say it as though you speak spanish- hint they don't pronouce the G)

At Lincoln's Birthday- his brother and a friend performed the Tango. It was beautiful. I need a talent like that...

Frangipanis, wind tunnels and a volcano all make for a lovely saturday.

The seats in a Mercedes like you've never seen before; Miriam and Claudia, two teachers from our Spanish school

There are a lot of nice views around here. I was also reminded when we were up on Mombacho (the volcano) how at home my heart feels on a mountain.

Friday, November 09, 2007

A big star!

Apparently these two guys also stopped off at the MEDA office in Tanzania on this trip.
Huh, and I JUST hung out with Matt last night when Wendy and I went to the Bourne Ultimatum. What a coincidence, he must be really in to MEDA stuff if he's hanging out with us in Africa AND Central America AT THE SAME TIME. But then again, he is Bourne- he does crazy stuff like that.

Monday, November 05, 2007

The evidence.

Knowing that you believed, even though you did not see, I have included a reward for your faith in my stories- some photos as requested by Sus and Elise. A Ver:

Santiago's foot + Plumpy the Cucaracha