Monthly Archives: May 2014

Flat Alex

Originally posted on Bravo Ministries, Burundi:
It was a blue sky and sequin-white cold February day at Quebec High School when I first met Alex, 2014 AD. Alex Bourlinguez with his teacher Geneviève and map of his travels in Quebec…

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Another story from Haiti (via St-Anselme)

A piece I reported back in the winter that recently ran in the Québec Chronicle-Telegraph >/a>. Louise Brissette’s phone never stops ringing. Her spacious farmhouse echoes with children’s shouts. As the adoptive mother of over 30 special-needs children, she’s used … Continue reading

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End of an era (?)

Well, that’s it. Spring has finally sprung in this town. The snow has all melted, even the biggest, ugliest gray lumps. Ducks are swimming in the meltwater ponds that have replaced the four-foot-high snow clods. We went from no flowers … Continue reading

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