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02/08/2011

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Kelly

Love you kids! (Cate and Chuck that includes you) keep the blogs comin!

Peter Wieczorek

It sounds like you are having an amazing and life changing expedition. Keep up the informative posts, we all feel as though we are there with you. Glad to see the pictures are posting. See you soon.

Theresa Boisjolie

Wow, what a great blog. Gave me goose bumps. Glad to hear the experience is going well. Sounds like this women was an amazing lady.

Brandi Greer

I am speechless, what an incredible experience. I can't wait to see and hear about the things you've learned there and how you will bring them back to our community.

Rynda Carlis

Glad to hear it's going well!
signed the mom of Cate the kid

Peter Wieczorek

What time is your flight scheduled to land on Saturday?

Sara Snaza

Sounds like you guys are having a bomb trip and learning a bunch! I can't wait to hear all about it when you guys get back :D

Cate

Thanks for all the comments, folks! We really appreciate the warm wishes from home.

Tell my advisory I say hi and I miss them!

Jamie Steckart

This is the essence of real learning, as shown in the post from the last few days. I love the fact that you are not only empathizing with the situations of the people, but you are also realizing what a great gift you have in your own home and community. My question is how are you going to take this experience and make long lasting change in our community and school? Be safe and well, we will keep the light on for your return.

Nancy Hoppe

I look forward to catching up at the end of each day.Thanks again for sharing your experiences, thoughts, observations and insights. As you make your transition back to the US, hold tight not only to the memories of the experience and of the people who touched your lives and you, theirs, but also challenge each other to hold tight to that which you learned and bring it into your daily choices and your everyday experiences. Wow! Thanks for opening your hearts, minds and for your willingness to share it with us. see you soon...a mere -18 degrees this morning. heatwave coming this weekend, though!

Martha

mitrama, chala goppaga undi mee yokka padya spamada.nizamgaa neenu chala santoshinchanu.neenu kooda eemaina sahayam ceddamanukontunnanu.ela ceyyalo ceppandi.

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