Ran to the Hills of the Himalyans

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ocean, yet I am refreshed by those big hills.

Kathmandu for a training in Early Childhood Education. Good Stuff. I wish I could set up a preschool in every village in Afghanistan, full of great toys, dress up corners, blocks, sand and water tables and craft corners.

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  1. Elsie says:

    Hi Mar,
    Any pictures from this latest trip you could post? I’d be interested in the project near Kathmandu. Still trying to find some money for Ghazni. Talked to Hillary about the Awesome Foundation but it’s meant for local young people. Sorry you spent Thanksgiving alone and Ramen is not turkey. Thinking of you and your health. Good luck. Stay warm and strong. Love, elsie

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