Dona Teresa

Posted: Sun, Jul 13, 2014
Yes, it’s true, we lived in one room, my two daughters, Josue, in one room, all of us. I had nerve issues, I was suffering from really bad headaches a lot, all through the day and night. Habitat gave me the credit to build this home and pay back little by little and this is [...]

Yes, it’s true, we lived in one room, my two daughters, Josue, in one room, all of us. I had nerve issues, I was suffering from really bad headaches a lot, all through the day and night. Habitat gave me the credit to build this home and pay back little by little and this is very good because we work on a monthly basis and pay little by little. I do embroidery by hand, with a machine and I also weave with a backstrap loom. This is the work I do. Here there is a no racket, no telephones, no cable TV. There is nothing, everything is peaceful. On this side I’ve felt well. Before I had tons of appointments with doctors and nothing happened. Here I’m not using any doctors. I’m well.”

~Dona Teresa


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