Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Catch up

It has been quite a while since I wrote. I have been on quite a roller coaster lately and have had a hard time motivating myself to post. I will try to do better.

I lost my Grandma Sefcovic. She passed away at age 90 in Grand Junction, CO. She was an amazing and strong woman, much more so than I think she was given credit for in her life. I think I received from her the notion that you don't have to settle for the life you were born into. I will miss her terribly.

On the other end of the coaster, Carlos and Gloria are getting married this weekend so I have been up to my elbows in the pre-wedding festivities and preparations. We went out last week for Gloria's bachelorette party and I must say I blushed more than once. I am finding out that contrary to popular belief, we Gringos come from quite a prudish culture. My friend Kathy arrives Thursday night, so I am excited to hang out with her. It looks to be a very big, very fun party.

Work-wise, I am preparing for the arrival of my first official delegation. They will be coming from Weston Jesuit in Boston and get here the end of February. I am helping out with a youth delegation beginning next Monday, so that will be my trial run. I find myself running quite a bit trying to get prepared for this. It looks to be a great experience for the delegates so I hope I can pull through with the details.

I would also like to take a moment to welcome Rob back to Central America. He was a fellow Costa Rica PCV that is now working in an Orphanage for HIV positive kids in Honduras. We're neighbors! That's all for now.

2 comments:

Holly said...

Kel, I am so incredibly sorry to hear about Grandma. I also need to apologize for not going and visiting her as we had talked about back in the day, I feel terrible. Hope you're doing well, I miss you, and stay amazing, sistah!

Katherine said...

reading......and loving it. You have not been forgotten! Sorry to hear about your loss, it sounds like your grandma was an amazing lady indeed. New updates on life in pittsburgh next time we talk, everything is different now!!
Hoping to make it back to central america or any other country that is not the US very SOON. Itching to get back out of here. eat a pupusa for me!!!!! I think I am making them next week, I work with a Salvadoran guy that was adopted when he was 9. Hasn't had a pupusa since. Now that is just wrong.