Que Vergüenza

It’s an ugly time to be an American.


A Night Ride Through Semana Santa

Antigua by night during Semana Santa

More Questions than Answers – Meditation on a Year of Change

Reflecting on 2015.

An Update from the Corn Fields of Guatemala

A brief update what I’ve been working on in Guatemala – and an announcement!


I don’t know how I got this way. I don’t know what the spark, the catalyst, was. I don’t know if it’s in my genes – sometimes I think that’s half of it,… Continue reading

Back to Oaxaca – with a Bang

There’s never a dull moment in Oaxaca, Mexico!

One Year Later

Reflections on a year abroad

They Call it Guate

Hola Amigos!! I apologize for not writing in quite some time – My first few weeks in Guatemala City (Guate, as the locals call it) have been full and fast and it feels… Continue reading

What is Home, Anyway

They say that when you’ve been abroad for long enough, coming home is hard – that “reverse culture shock” is as potent as actual culture shock. There are internet articles on “repatriation”, on… Continue reading

Goodbye, Estelí

I like to think that my last day in Estelí will remain in my memory for a long time. It was, somehow, some kind of representation of the time I’ve spent there, little… Continue reading

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