Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Gift of Photos: An Insignificant Hedge against the Future of Orphans in Ecuador

I had many preconceived notions about the orphans I was to meet on my trip to Ecuador. I thought the children were going to be similar to the kids I had met in Mississippi, children who lived in poverty and … Continue reading

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“Manana, Bruja?” (“Tomorrow, Witch?”)

Ecuador: Day One We visited two orphanages on our first day here.  One for kids seven and under and one for boys twelve and under. I had all kinds of expectations about what orphanages in Ecuador were going to be … Continue reading

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