Making My Way Back To A Forgotten Country

This story has to begin with the people that came before me. My parents. Both of my parents were born in the tiny country of El Salvador in the early 1960’s during a time of relative societal calm. At least, in the parts of the country where they lived it was calm. Isolated from the major cities and mainly confined to family owned farms, they avoided encountering the political conflicts of the time.

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Walter Guevara

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Sr. Programmer. Blogger. Startup CTO. Los Angeles native. Future sci-fi author. www.thatsoftwaredude.com

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