An ongoing journal of my experiences in the Peace Corps in The Gambia
I'm really touched by your story. I have heard of Preferred Family. Where exactly did you work there and what did you do? I really commend you for your selfless works
Brendan... best of luck. You know we're all praying for you. What a wonderful attitude you have jumping into this thing that few of us would ever have the courage to do. I'm anxious to hear updates as they come.
Bren - you'll always be a kid to me. I'm proud of you and feel lucky to be able to be in on your thoughts and experiences through your blog. we love you!auntie L & cuzzin L
Bon chance, mon ami!
Hi Brendan. This is the first time I have read a blog or replied to one. Good luck. I am looking forward to reading your future blogs. I am praying for you. Jim Cuddeback
Brendan- It's 30 degrees here with snow- haven't had dinner- and the economy is in a recession. You aren't missing much- just your family and some of us old folks who can't figure out where you are. Take care of yourself and soak it all in. What a wonderfully courageous adventure- I am thrilled you took this step. Our prayers are with you. Joe
Brendan, we're sending a box of stuff to you. Is there anything in particular you need? Should we send it to the above address? Ps How is it going?-Brent
Never mind we just read your list of things you need-brent
To the first comment- Thanks for reading my blog and for the compliment. I worked in Kirksville, MO, for a summer at PFH. It was quite and experience, and there are a lot of people who have worked there for years helping kids try to get out of bad situations. If you're interested, their website is just www.pfh.org, I believe