Life after the Dominican Republic…

Well it has been a few weeks since we landed back in the United States and I have found myself missing the DR more each day. Every day I am confronted by friends and family who ask me about my trip. And honestly, I never know where to begin. Sometimes I find that I am … Continue reading

Learning More Each Day

Days like these really make me wish we were already in the Dominican Republic. This snow is killing me, but I’ve lived in Ohio my whole life so you’d think I’d be used to it by now. Unfortunately, I am not able to attend the Sustainable Science class, but I have been brainstorming on my … Continue reading

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