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Tuesday
May112010

a peek :)

These shots are from the school site today.  It's really moving along.  Orrchitect gets back tomorrow and we move forward to the main structure for building #2!  The teachers and I had our first big staff meeting today.  They are all going to be awesome, I just know it.  You're looking at nursery, kindergarten, first and second grade (from left to right.)  Happy Tuesday everyone!!  Love from all of us.

from the frontfrom the backSiblings Small Nisha and MadanSantosh being Santoshbbc

Reader Comments (7)

Wow! Maggie! So beautiful! I am moved beyond words. You inspire me more than anyone. Love to all of you!

May 11, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAJ McDougal

Lookin' great! It's amazing that the base structure is all made out of bamboo! Exciting stuff!

WOOOOWOWOWOW! such progress! looks GREAT!

Seeing those kids almost makes me tear up! I'm so happy for them and for you! The dream is coming to life!

:)
-Sean In ATL

May 11, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSean In ATL

YIPPEEEEEEEEEEEEEE! What a miracle. Thanks for all your hard work, Maggie. The children and their new teachers are blessed. And so are we.
Teri

May 11, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterTeri

Awesome! I think I will print out a picture of the school as a symbol for what one can do when one puts their mind to it! You are amazing, Maggie. And unstoppable!!!!!!!

May 11, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMelissa B

you are all the sweeeetest. thank YOU for your big hearts.

May 11, 2010 | Registered Commentermaggie doyne

Maggie, I am Alonzo Guess's mother and I sent his website to an online friend just to update her on what was going on with me and my family. Well, she sent the site to Her friends and since then has been reading all about your project in particular. So that is the way things spread. I am so glad Alonzo and David have seen fit to support your school and the BlinkNow endeavor. Your parents must be intensely proud of what you've done in Nepal, just as I am of my son and one of his best friends from childhood. Love certainly multiplies, and courage is a part of that. I feel like we are all blessed by God to love and help each other grow and thrive in this world.
p.s.
Alonzo's only daughter is also named "Maggie" and this was before you even became a part of their lives. How strangely things somehow come together in time. . .

September 10, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterGwyn Guess

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