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"Teo, Heather, and Fernando are traveling to Ecuador to finish a design on a chocolate factory for Kallari, thanks to a grant from Architecture for Humanity and the support of RATIO and RAYae."

Really, 4 connections?

A while back I got a notice that my flight itinerary had changed...I really thought it was just the times. Then I got another one, and figured the same thing. Then today I was reviewing a little notice from Orbitz, and saw that we now have to go through some other city in Ecuador to get on a plane to go to Miami, to get on a plane to go to Atlanta, to get on plane to go to Indianapolis. Just typing that makes me tired, I can't imagine what the day will be like...starting at 700am, ending at 1100pm...

In other and better news, RATIO bought us a way cool camcorder/camera combo. I was upset that we weren't getting the Flip, but when the lovely and talented Dave Girot showed us this camera, the Flip didn't seem as important. We'll get some video up soon!

In other and stranger news, Jake (a former Kallari volunteer) warned us all of the trouble we could get into for biting our nails while in S. America. He ended up in the hospital for not breaking his habit! I filed my nails down promptly.

Ok...time to go get those last minute things! (crazy that its not actually the last minute, what has gotten in to me?)


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