Yo recibí este mensaje esta mañana desde Honduras – el golpe en primera persona

Hola Joan les quiero que tengas algnas fotos que tome hoy Domingo 28 jun de la crisis a raiz del Golpe de Estado y apresamiento del presidente en mi pais  aver que les parecen…

Todas tomadas en Tegucigalpa, la Capital, en el frente de la CasaPresidencial, tengo la historia si la queres,me avisas…


Alvaro Morales Molina


Alvaro sent 4 fotos that he had taken during the government overthrow yesterday and the imprisonment of the president with his offer to write about it from his perspective.  Of course I responded a resounding “Sí, por favor¨.  La Casa Rojas – the magazine, is not about up to the minute news….there are news outlets for that.  We are about showing the human interest side of a story.  “What is it like living in your country.”  And at times, this will involve an overshadowing crisis in progress….this is one of those for Honduras. 

And so, contrary to my entry of yesterday, I guess we will be introduced to Honduras through “del Gole de Estado y apresamiento del presidente”.     Cuidense bien.     -Joan  Editor en Chief de La Casa Rojas – the magazine

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2 responses to “Yo recibí este mensaje esta mañana desde Honduras – el golpe en primera persona

  1. Tom

    Psst. It’s editor in chief, not editor and chief. 😉

    • Holy Cow…I think I knew that! I am sure I knew that! It must have been my Spanish interfering with my English…there are probably a million more of these that I didn’t catch…if you see them, please tell me…how totally embarrassing! (oh and they won’t be all the en/and/in confusion….it’ll be something equally as embarrassing) Thanks Tom! – Joan Editora en Jefa (estoy más segura en español)

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