Monthly Archives: February 2013

Everything is Bigger in Texas! – Trip Reflection

Whether it was Sarah’s loud, musical burps, Maggie’s cat noises, the uncountable times our ASB team has bonded on a personal level, or the amount of insight we have gained dealing with all aspects of immigration in the United States. I … Continue reading

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Missing Honduras

It’s been about a month since we left for Honduras, yet I still have trouble finding words to adequately describe the week we spent working with CARE.  My experience on this ASB trip was without a doubt, however, life-changing for … Continue reading

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post-trip thoughts

Almost a month after our departure date, I find myself still constantly thinking about our trip to Honduras (not only because I’m still taking my malaria medication).  What we experienced on our trip can’t be put into words, but I … Continue reading

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Post trip Reflection

Honduras was in one world–humbling. Experiencing an under-developed country firsthand and facing the daily struggles and problems that the natives faced was an amazing experience. I am so glad I decided to go on the trip, it was well worth … Continue reading

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Wondering in Honduras

On January 18th we embarked to Honduras, not exactly sure about the work we were going to develop within healthcare there, but with a lot of expectations and willingness to help others. Many meetings and a lot of preparation were … Continue reading

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My Most Rewarding Decision so Far at Lafayette

Yes, ASB Texas is the most rewarding decision I have made at Lafayette thus far.  I am convinced that I am not finished discovering the impact ASB has had on me after 11 days back in Easton.  On my trip, … Continue reading

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