Friday, June 20, 2014

Weekend Reading

The weeks have been flying by! I can't believe it's already the middle of June. I can count down the weeks now until I come home - 9 weeks! And next week is my 24th Birthday- CRAZY!

This weekend the Diocesan Staff is taking a short retreat to the beach of Dinadiawan, only a couple hours away. Then on Sunday I'm headed to Manila to fly to Tacloban, the area where Super Typhoon Haiyan hit the hardest. I've been wanting to visit ever since the storm hit and excited to give a firsthand report on the relief efforts.

A majority of YASCers are leaving in July, only a few short weeks away. Check out what they've been up to and how they're closing out their years.

Alan shares a few videos on Haiti to give everyone a better idea of where he's been living and working.

For her last two months, Keri is moving from South Africa to Lesotho to assist at the hospital there. See how she said goodbye to Hawstown.

Becky shares a photo journal of recent celebrations and fun including graduation of her students.

Sean reflects on a clean life, humanity and nature.

Heidi recalls a funny teachable moment on creepy, crawly creatures in Tanzania.

Hong Kong provides Sara with many opportunities to experience other cultural events, which is one of her favorite things. 

Rachel has less than two months left in Panama but catches everyone up on recent happenings. 

Julie reflects on the importance of educating women and gender equality.

Thanks for reading!

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