Healing Hearts

I write this blog about Darfur to my three children, Boston 6, Capri 3 and Cayman 2. My desire is that

10 Things I’ve Learned

(in no particular order) 1. Being bright and intelligent can make you feel even more trapped and desperate, when you dream of higher

We Move, They Stay

I got up early to do some serious packing. Even after leaving communication equipment, soccer balls and clothing, and eating some


I haven’t had much of a chance to write anything since we arrived here in Chad. There has been so much

Refugee Camp Dream

Mothers, fathers, and teachers have been telling me that they can only maintain hope because of the hope their children represent.

Our Internal GPS

The drive to the camp is bumpy and slow but not boring. I see women with long faces and wide-awake eyes,