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when i met robert he was primarily a travel writer, but once we had children,  it practically made sense to do less travel and take a job that was  financially reliable and so be more at home with the family;  however, we have been very fortunate that he continued to maintain his love of travel and especially travel writing, which enables us to take the odd adventure.   139 more words

Travel Around The UK

Christmas in Guatamala

It was December 20, and we were sitting in Chetumal, Mexico preparing to cross the border into Belize.  We were not totally sure what we would be doing for Christmas and homesickness started to kick in.   439 more words


Faith, Freethinking and the Future

The division between religious faith and rational freethinking doesn’t have to be a well-defended wall.  Those of us who honor and value relationships between people don’t have the time or interest in finding more ways of dividing person from person.   375 more words


My story of Livingston and Celso Nery

This page is about my trip to Livingston, Guatemala in 2013. I recently (2016) updated it. I am going back this year and am hoping people will read this and learn about my trip and want to give some money for the cause. 2,863 more words

World Travel-Guatemala

By Lisa Worthey Smith

The mountains, lakes, volcanoes, and Mayan ruins made for a spectacular visit when I traveled to Guatemala in the mid-1970’s with my high school Spanish class. 915 more words

Fiction Writing Prompts

Compassion Wednesday: Reblog: How To Dream Like a Champion

This story first appeared on Compassion International’s Blog on August 16, 2016.

Poverty robs children of hope. Hope that tomorrow can be different than today. 288 more words

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