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The Miseducation of The Vivs

From the Trip: El Salvador

From: alice

(August 31st, 2009)

god I hope that I'll have sand in my ears when I get home lol.

From: Aryn

(September 2nd, 2009)

i still have sand in my hair... but thats because i've refused to shower since coming home... i've lost a few friends.

From: Heather

(October 30th, 2009)

I just finally read your blog, and it's fabulous. I love you and miss you! Keep me posted on the reunion :)

13 weeks later

From the Trip: El Salvador

From: Moo

(August 27th, 2009)

Chooo!

Remember that time you were inside a volcano and you were barefoot?

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From: Waheeda

(July 20th, 2009)

HOW can you bend like that? And, why oh why did you walk barefoot? btw, Spanish birthday parties are the best kind :)

From: Vivian

(August 3rd, 2009)

TE AMO !!!!!! Mama

Assignment #3

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From: Waheeda

(July 20th, 2009)

what did you cook?

:)

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From: D

(July 8th, 2009)

Davie Crockett looks like tyler

From: V

(July 8th, 2009)

hahaha YES. He really does.

From: A

(July 8th, 2009)

I think I'll get him the Davy Crockett hat.

From: V

(July 8th, 2009)

That's not ACTUALLY Davy Crockett by the way... It's just there's a dude we work with who insists he's related to Davy Crockett. So you know.

From: MOM

(July 15th, 2009)

HOLA AMOR, QUE BONITAS FOTOS!!!! ESCRIBEME UN CORREO. TE AMO. MA

Ojos de Agua

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From: Erin Pea

(June 28th, 2009)

you are hilarious. like seriously, no wonder you and ms. asimakis are friends! loving the blog.

From: D

(July 1st, 2009)

Your shoes in alice's photos, I LOVE THEM! please to gives them to me! I love you, and glad you are having a good time.

From: Larissa

(July 7th, 2009)

La cucaracha! Did you do the dance? Your extermination skills may come in handy if the garbage strike persists much longer here. I am thrilled to read how you are living your life to the fullest. What was it like going to the co-ops? I would love to hear more about that and what you learned. And, of course, did you buy anything?

Return of the fetus

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From: J

(June 19th, 2009)

Better a gecko (that eats bugs) than a giant cockroach!

From: Waheeda

(June 22nd, 2009)

awe

From: v

(June 22nd, 2009)

Jeremy?! How did you find this? haha

From: D

(June 22nd, 2009)

Capture it and take it far away!

From: A

(June 23rd, 2009)

I met a gecko when I was in Taiwan. He/she did not follow me home. But, he/she did pose for me as I took his/her picture.

Assignment #2

From the Trip: El Salvador

From: Yenny

(June 17th, 2009)

The market can be very daunting specially when they smell fresh meat...always walk with confidence, and tell them politely you are not interested. Remember that here is in ES there is no personal space, people will always "be up in yo bizzness." At least that man was only pissing nonchalantly in the middle of the road instead of "you know what" on a hill. You should not have been surprised men here are constantly adjusting, readjusting, and pinching their members. It was just a matter of time before they whipped it out.

From: D

(June 17th, 2009)

In Turkey there's a lot of military prescence and it's never something I've even thought about but there were always men with rifles, plus there were tons of "security" checks like when you drive to the parking lot of a mall your trunk and the bottom of your car is inspected for explosives as well when you enter malls you are screened like at the airport. And until you mentioned the guards in el sal i didn't even remember that part of turkey. Please be safe! You stick out like a sore thumb!

Dreadlocks

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From: Waheeda

(June 12th, 2009)

I always wanted dreadlocks, so please get it on my behalf :) Also, your job sounds so amazing! Your people should contact my people. We will help your people with financing and marketing and skills and stuff like that. We are also run by women for women. I'm working on incubation centers right now so if u need help with marketing strategies let me know. But seriously, have your people call my people :)

Week 2 begins

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From: A

(June 9th, 2009)

rolls home, eh? Becoming like Mac, I see.

 

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