Bringing Abigail home: miles needed

Does anyone have spare miles? We could use some to get our daughter home from Europe. Abigail has been volunteering at a Christian based hostel in Prague and has completed an informal micro-apprenticeship on how to run hostels, something we think will become very valuable. 

Abi is fearless and competent, friendly and generous, all qualities needed to change the world. She is the world’s most adventurist diabetic teenager. You might remember her a few years ago as the unfortunate 13 year old girl caught up in the HPV immunization controversy. She was the girl who refused the jab, but ended up getting the needle against her will.

She has moved on from that episode and has blossomed into a delightful young lady and indispensable part of our team. This photo is of Abigail in Egypt last year at the Mahaba (Agape) school at the Ezbet El Nakl Garbage City in Cairo.

Abigail in egypt

We are very proud our red-haired missional Abigail. But it’s time for her to come home. Abigail needs to fly sometime late August from Europe (FRK, PRG are best) to NZ (AKL or WLG). Let me know if you can spare a few miles, either with a comment or email: tallskinnykiwi at gmail dot com.

Andrew

Andrew Jones has been blogging since 1997. He is based in San Francisco with his two daughters but also travels the globe to find compelling stories of early stage entrepreneurs changing their world. Sometimes he talks in the third person. Sometimes he even talks to himself and has been heard uttering the name "Precious" :-)

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