Monthly Archives: June 2014

Say Hello to Deborah

Deborah Wise beyond her years. Strong. Caring. She carries herself with a sense of pride and dignity. She is very determined and seems to have her life all planned out at such a young age. Her strength is respected by everyone and her determination is something of envy. Before Deborah had the safety of the […]

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Say Hello to Caro

Caro. Shy. Sweet. Giggly She walks into a room with a smile and a sense of assured confidence. But her words are quite and her answers are short and sweet. At 11 she glows with innocence and a light of joy knowing she is safe and happy in her new home. Before moving to the […]

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Bringing it Stateside

When I met Katie, from 5 Boys + 1 Girl = 6 Photography, my mind immediately flashed back to the countless Matilda Jane photo shoots I’d been a part of: girls of every shape, size and color. Yet, when I look back, there were no crutches, no wheelchairs, no heads without hair, and not one […]

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life so far….

So I have officially moved in! My aunt left me on the 5th and I have stayed a couple of nights in my room. I’m starting to feel like it is my own space but it’s still not quite there. One thing I totally spaced out on bringing was photos of my family and friends… […]

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ALL for a Shovel…

Life can be so incredible unfair and injustice seems to run rampant in every culture – but yesterday I experienced something that has so blown my mind here in Kenya – as I share this please know this blog would qualify as a PG-13 rating, it will not be an easy read – and believe […]

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