Courage to Leave Honduras

It took courage to leave Honduras. The long walk was not easy and saying goodbye to family was very difficult. We left Honduras Sunday, December 6, 2015. I was very sad and yet at the same time excited. I arrived to this country Thursday, December 18, 2015. Thank you God for the strength to leave... Continue Reading →

A New Future

Thanks to God for helping us to arrive safe. I left my country Dec. 21. We arrive here Dec. 29. Safe. * I ask God to help us continue to our family. Here in the U.S. * We give thanks to God that All goes well. We give thanks to God for giving me A... Continue Reading →

I Am Their Mother

I asked immigration for information about my children. Immigration took my children when we crossed the border. They wouldn’t tell me where they are. They wouldn’t let me talk to them. * I passed the credible fear examination. They told me I was leaving detention. I asked about my children. Nothing. The day I left... Continue Reading →

My Prayer

  Thank you Father. Thank you for caring for me for my family for my daughter And for all those who traveled with us. Thanks for all you have done for me and for my daughter. * Pardon me if I offend you. You know we are not perfect. We commit errors. To you I... Continue Reading →

Impossible Situations

  Impossible Situations I am here with my children and my husband. We are Salvadoran. We left our country to save our lives. September 23, 2019. We believed we could come to the United States and be safe. * The journey was harsh difficult full of sadness. We crossed the river legally. We handed ourselves... Continue Reading →

Fleeing Domestic Violence

I suffered much domestic violence physical abuse emotional abuse from my partner. He did drugs. I suffered from depression panic attacks constant fear I took legal action. I got a restraining order. He disobeyed. He pursued me. In my home to continue his violent abuse. * I called the police. He was taken away. Locked... Continue Reading →

A Better Future

My concern is to give my son a better future. I do not want to fail. I do not want to return. It would humiliate me. and also my son. * There is so much violence in my country. I want a good life for my son. A safe life. * I ask God to... Continue Reading →

The Longings of a Mother

My longing is to go to the U.S. to gather all my children together to have a better future. I want them to have an education so when I am no longer alive they can defend themselves. And also my grandchildren. I want them to have a happy life without violence. I do not want... Continue Reading →

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