One of the first projects we did with our Rotaract club was, a water project at the local hospital.
The average wait time at the hospital is about 3 hours on some days there are about 400 people there and no air conditioning. This was a short term project and we are trying to do more long term projects like raise funds for an air conditioning system, bathroom etc.If anyone wants to help or get involved, Plz let me know.
I have now completed My third semester at the university.
This semester in many ways was the most difficult I have had. There were many things that happen that I had not planned for, and even those thing that I had planned for just did not go the way I expected them to.
Like my mama says make sure to make some plans, but make sure you write them in pencil because you might have to go at em with an eraser before you know it.
But for now I am thankful to be finished with this semester, thankful for all the lessons learned, and new friends made. Look forward to the future with hope. With the assurance that if I do my best the Lord will surely do the rest.
I am ready and anxious to get out of Tegucigalpa and get back to Roatan. Ready to get some of that greasy, bad for me, bojangles fried chicken!!! Did I mention I’m thinking about a specialty in nutrition. One thing at a time people, one thing at a time.
I’m also looking forward to getting back to work with our Rotaract club, trying to get new people involved and see what new exciting projects we can come up with. Also looking forward to seeing my family and friends.
I will try to add some pictures of what I did last break, with our rotaract club and stuff later on.