Amos

Our home in Nicaragua is Amos in the community of Nejapa right outside of Managua. Amos has been built over the last 20 years by some missionaries from Ohio. Amos now has a free health clinic for the local people. Part of the proceeds of us staying here supports the clinic!!! What a great cause…and it is a beautiful property with rocking chairs and hammocks in the porches!!!!

We are off to San Diego today- our original community- and then to the beach! We can’t wait. We’ll be back Sunday!!!! Happy 4th family and friends!!!!!

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About xcpgator

I am lucky enough to be a mother of two wonderful children, a teacher to hundreds of talented students and a coach. There is nothing like traveling to an amazing place and watching hearts open to new experiences and people. This is why I am so passionate about our trip to Nicaragua with Me to We. I hope you enjoy reading about our adventures!
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3 Responses to Amos

  1. Toni Harrison says:

    So proud of all of you girls making a difference in the world. It looks like you’ve been having a great time and being great representatives of the United States to the Nicaraguan people. You look truly happy Sam. You got some crazy hair going on though. Happy Fourth of July!

  2. Hi Coco!

    JP, Christina, Bret, Meghan, Mema, Papa, Dad and I are missing you in Colorado! Looks like you are having a great time! Dad wants you to build is a new bbq with all your new acquired skills! Love you, see you soon!

    XXOO

  3. Grammie & papa says:

    Happy 4th of July to MJ and all the girls in San Diego, Nicaragua from Grammie & Papa in San Diego, USA!

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