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Nada en la mesa pesa

Entre calor y mosquitos, Arturo me había ayudado a construir una mesa profesional de artesana para poder montar mi humilde puesto allá donde fuera. Tenía que salir de México para volver a entrar así que me fui unos días a Guatemala con mi pasaporte y mi mesa nueva. 250 more words

The Disappeared: A Richmond Rabbi Takes On Human Rights In Guatemala

The history of Guatemala’s secret abductions reminds us how important the principle of universal equality really is — and points out how far from that principle the United States has gone. 1,830 more words


Guatemala, 2019

February 16th -February 23rd we visited Lake Atitlan, and Antigua Guatemala. When people ask me How was it, my best answer is Interesting. I didn’t love it, but I didn’t hate it either. 1,365 more words


Q&A feature on Birds of a Thread

“How great would it be if we could come together and share our textile experiences and practices together, further strengthening bonds and supporting rural artisans to pursue innovative designs on their own?” 171 more words



Sometimes you get lucky, it’s a welcome rarity and soothes the soul. Other times you get lucky so many times in a row that it stops being soothing and becomes terrifying as I feel the limited resource that luck is draining away as I burn through a least a month’s worth of it in a single day. 564 more words


Bluestone Closes Upsized $22 Million Bought Deal Financing

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – March 19, 2019) – Bluestone Resources Inc. (TSXV: BSR) (OTCQB: BBSRF) (“Bluestone” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that that it has closed its previously announced increased bought deal financing (the “Offering”). 1,598 more words

Working from Lake Atitlan Guatemala: Tips and Tricks

I spent a month living and working from San Pedro la Laguna at Lake Atitlan in Guatemala. The views here are spectacular and the local expat community made me feel so at home it made it difficult to leave. 2,037 more words

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