December 22, 2018

Every year we live through patterns that have the potential to fill our lives with meaning. But since our connection with the natural world is tempered by technology, our relationship to tradition is tenuous, and we are all-the-time busy—we are prone to miss out on the...

December 15, 2018

Jimmy’s story is a little different than the other boys living at Hope House. Discovered in Guadalajara when the government received a tip of an illegal shelter. He was found among men, women and other children who were living in filth and dire conditions. Trash and ol...

December 8, 2018

Something that is still easy for me to adjust to is Christmas-time at home.  Decorating the tree, and setting out the stockings and making my list for Christmas backing are things that don’t require much mind power. But, squeezing in visits with friends and family, sho...

December 1, 2018

One of the youngest boys at Hope House, Leo, plays with his toy

horse while flashing a cheesy smile. 

Christmas...this time of year is always bitter sweet for me. Starting in October we begin to receive calls of families and groups that want to visit Hope House during t...

November 24, 2018

Happy Thanksgiving weekend to you all. By now you’ve probably put away the fancy plates and packed up your mother’s silverware. With any luck, you have fixings for a few turkey sandwiches, my perennial favorite. In my family, we have a tradition of going around the tab...

November 17, 2018

I’ve enjoyed the fall colors this year. In Mexico the leaves change directly from

green to brown - skipping the beautiful colors in-between!

A few weeks ago our family went shopping for winter coats. As you can imagine, living in the middle of Mexico, we have never real...

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