by Anne Ruelle
High: My mom, dad, and little sister came to visit! We climbed the tallest volcano in El Salvador, Volcán Santa Ana, went to the beach, and they came to my site to feel the true heat of Salvadoran summer in the East.
Low: On the work front, projects are moving slowly and things that worked in the past are falling through. April will have to turn things around!
Glitter: My dad befriended a goose named Pepe when we stopped on the side of the road to rescue some ducklings who had fallen into a gutter. He held him and even cuddled with him!
Anne Ruelle graduated from Providence College in 2013. By working to promote social change and forming strong relationships, she hopes to be a part of creating a more just, equal world. She is currently a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Community Organization and Economic Development project in El Salvador and lives in a hot, rural community in the East. She loves eating pupusas, salsa dancing, and learning Salvadoran “caliche” (slang).
The contents of these posts are personal and do not reflect any position of the US government or Peace Corps.