Our ballerinas

These lovelies were proud members of the groups from San Felipe. In the five to six days that led up to Monday's show, these girls managed to learn three separate routines from several different choreographers. This picture is the epitome of excit...

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¡Que sopá!

Back in the States... booking clients... avoiding traffic... surrounded by "stuff" and "things"... noticing how few people greet me on the streets... missing the sincerity & simplicity that brings me peace in Panamá!

Fundacion San Felipe!

I've been fortunate enough to stay a couple extra days in Casco Viejo! The city is so small that I'm constantly expecting to see the girls we worked with around town... yesterday I saw 4 of the children, 3 moms, 1 aunt and a grandma! Such a joy to...

Day 9&10…It All Comes to an End…

Early yesterday morning we woke up and headed out to Lake Gatun for our last day in Panama. When we arrived at the dock we waited for Captain Carl to pick us up and take us to the houseboat where we would be spending our last night. On the way, he...

Day 8: Don’t Blink!!!

Today we woke up bright and early for a morning hike for a view of Panama City. Our bus was sadly to big to drive us up to the top of the hill, so we had to make our way up the mountain by foot…in the heat…sweating like pigs. It took a long time t...

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