"Wow...Would LOVE to have you back here again. Would $100 a month working as
a volunteer coordinator and managing the new Street Academy Computer LEarning Center be any kind of an incentive? I can´t seem to get the program off the ground...though it´s all set up...new computers and library for kids, everything!...but alas and alack, no volunteers! ¨You could scour the city and drag some in for us, along with the kid street vendors who don´t go to school and need to be literate at least.
Think about it...
Off I go again then?!
Read a good book:
"The desire, on one hand, to go on and on, to lean towards infinity. On the other hand, to be caught, completed with no more yearning…" (Sue Wolfe)
AND its pissing it down with rain, the whole town is grey and populated by stressed people always in a hurry…….
"This study aims to compare and contrast differing attitudes towards education in Nicaragua. Two schools were chosen for comparison purposes, one state primary school, and one primary school set up and run by a Western NGO. Both schools are in Granada, Nicaragua and both are attended by children of roughly the same socio-economic background. The main method of collecting information was through participant observation and informal interviews."
It does go on to explain what I found, thus spoiling the surprise, but that is basically it. A year's work in 67 words. Depressing.
Just don't work out how much it costs to make, in comparison with buying a pre-sliced loaf.
I never ever ever want kids.