This is how we took my youngest son going to school in Belize
In my house, we have a rule: never answer the phone when it’s dinner time. Last night, I broke that rule.
The phone rang four times before the answering machine kicked in. I stabbed a piece of chicken and had just placed it in my mouth when I heard, “Hi Sonia, this is Lori Basheda from the Orange County Register, and I have a few minutes available to interview you….”
I raced over and grabbed the phone, trying to chew and swallow while pretending to sound cool, relaxed and ready for an interview by a newspaper reporter.
If you are interested in reading about my interview, please read it here.
Back in June of this year, I blogged about “The Heart of a Volunteer”
It’s now my turn to help the 400 kids we shall be treating in October 2009.
I am excited to be a part of this team and shall share stories when I get back.
I’m home until October 10th, so please let me know what you’d like to learn about Belize and these 400 Kindergartners and up, and their lives. Also feel free to comment on your own volunteering or desire to volunteer.