Who’s Kevin?

I once got sent to the principle’s office in preschool for realizing my lifelong dream to be a dinosaur, sound effects included, during our class’s rendition of the Barny Song.  Hi, I’m Kevin.

Over the next eight months, I’ll be photographing & writing about things that matter.  Things I observe, brick walls I run into backpacking, amazing people I meet along the way, monkeys that steal my food, you know… Important stuff.  Hopefully you’ll be as inspired as I am to take a step outside your comfort zone and live.

I’ll be living and serving in the Dominican Republic with the same beautifully inspiring people of Lajas that stole our hearts last year (check out Que Lo Que to see what we’re up to), running off to a language immersion school in Guatemala, backpacking down to Nicaragua, getting  lost, staying in tree houses, and then spending the fall semester studying in Costa Rica to learn about a “developing country” with a 96% literacy rate.

My current life goal is to follow my passions, learn, serve, & make people smile.  If you’re curious, follow me and join the conversation.

“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.”
-George Bernard Shaw

 

 

If you have any comments, questions, or thoughts, I’d love to hear from you:  kmmille4@ncsu.edu

One Response to “Who’s Kevin?”

  1. hormiga33 August 16, 2011 at 2:44 am #

    Hey Kevin, remember the old dude from the surf camp? So what’s your next move? Hit me up on Facebook or just email me!

    Anthony

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