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"God, Thank You for Everything"

Originally posted in 2011

A simple prayer uttered by a 4-year-old at our dinner table tonight.

But more than that, a profound utterance of truth. 264 more words


WHY NOT ?🙄🙄🙄

Why are we changing our value so we can feel cool? What’s wrong with going on a picnic or even taking me to see a good movie? 706 more words


Exploring Haitian art and vodou in Port-au-Prince

Media accounts of Haiti gloss over its vibrant visual arts, music, and cultural scene. Even practicing vodou is used as a way to frame Haiti’s “difference” from better-known islands in the Caribbean. 1,125 more words


On a journey with artist Edouard Duval-Carrié and his “Hispaniola Saga”

Earlier this month in Santo Domingo, Edouard Duval-Carrié’s exhibition “Hispaniola Saga” opened (on Thursday, April 14) at the Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery. Heather Lincoln reports that it is the fifth time in twenty years that the nomadic artist shows his work in the Dominican Republic. 173 more words


A LUSH Love Letter

Dear LUSH,
With your sense of humor, quirky personality, fearlessness, environmental responsibility, well-developed ethics, and overall kindness, you have my heart.
I admire your virtues and mission–in particular, I’m a big fan of Charity Pot and the philosophy behind it. 240 more words



It’s official – I detest goodbyes. Last night was my last night working with my incredible coworkers. As the end of my shift drew closer and closer, I found myself getting sadder and seriously rethinking my decision to leave. 314 more words

2. Presentation: Haiti


This presentation I did was in Western Civilization. We are learning about Latin America and we were all assigned a country. Enjoy!