Day 2 in Honduras: I went to the Honduran Children’s Cancer Foundation and Treatment Center to visit with all the kids receiving chemotherapy, as well as the doctors and incredible staff who keep everyone’s spirit alive.
It was really hard. I cried. I laughed. I smiled. I let go of all the bullshit in my life that doesn’t matter because when you see what these kids (and their parents) go through, you realize how short and precious life really is.
I shot a very raw video inside the children’s hospital ward with my aunt who is the President of the foundation.
👉🏼👉🏼 TO SEE MY AUNTIE 👉🏼👉🏼
I’ll upload the video tonight so that you can see what this experience was like...it will affect you.
The little girl that you see with me is named Keren. She has leukemia. She was not in a good mood today because they cut her hair since it was already beginning to fall. When I met her, she was listening to salsa music on someone’s phone. She was angry about her hair. I don’t blame her. Cancer strips you of so much, and a cutie so young should not have to suffer. But this is a reality. And countries like Honduras need our help.
Thank you for watching the things I post while I’m here. I plan on showing you many sides of this country...and I felt it most appropriate to start here.
Because the little ones should always be our first concern.
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It is common to share one large bowl of delicious food (Like the Ceebu Guinar pictured above 😍🥘) with family, friends, neighbors, and even newcomers! As Senegalese Chef Pierre Thiam said in an interview with the New York Times, “We don’t show our wealth by talking about the amount of money we have in our bank accounts. We show it by sharing our food and drink with people, by having Teranga… Teranga is about the way we treat our guests. It’s about the way that when you come into a Senegalese household, everyone moves so that you can fit in the circle and share their food and drink.” ...
This... is happening all over again ❤️ Our second generation of Forever Families is underway! (Go ahead and let out a shriek we did)
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