Mi Casa

When I lived in Guatemala I became acquainted with Mi Casa. It has developed into quite an amazing orphanage. It all began after the Viet Nam war, when veteran John Wetterer was traveling in Central America and his heart melted at the sight of so many children begging. “Why are you begging?” he would ask in his best Spanish. My …

Wounded warrior family adventure

One day on the tennis courts in Kerrville, I met the rare native Kerrvillain (not the official term, but the one I use, for people who were actually born here and didn’t move in). She moved away at some point after high school, but is back. As it turns out, her husband has this idea about bringing wounded military with …