June 10th, 2008

June 10th, 2008

The PCTs arrived to the training site where families once dragged us away, but this time I got to observe all the awkward but necessary first interactions. Men kissed men on the cheek (this is a faux pas) and children ran up to get their volunteers. But they came back the next day using words like “Rad-tastic”, wow, circus and comforting (See the video blog “Training at the SED house”). I’m continuously impressed with the positivism and motivation of this group, and my fingers are crossed for all of them as they trek it through this intense experience.

About Tara

Tara received her degree in French and Communications before jetting off to serve Cameroon for 2 years with the Peace Corps. She has forever since been inspired to serve in humanitarian projects around the world. She's a writer, tour guide, business owner, property manager, wifey, dog mom, and traveler. Tara lives in Dallas, Texas, where she's happily married to the tech genius who keeps her website pretty.

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