Williamson Andree Ordoñez Huertas

Birthday: March 23

Institution: Pan y Vida School - 8th Grade


Williamson Ordoñez

Several years ago my parents wanted to separate, but because of me they did not.  They decided to work things out, and when my sister was born, things got better.  My father worked as a motorcycle taxi driver, but due to a problem he lost the motorcycle and therefore lost his job.  Now my father works unloading trucks once or twice a week, or whenever they call him. 

In 2017, I joined the Derek Group.

The most difficult situation that I have ever faced was when I had surgery to remove my appendix.  More than the pain of surgery, it hurt a lot to see how my mother cried because of my health problem.  I also feel sad to see my parents sometimes have money, but sometimes they do not have enough for my studies and for our family as a whole.  That is why I am grateful to Engadi Ministries for the scholarship I have received.

I want to be an Architect because I like to draw.  I would like to build houses and buildings, and when I graduate, I want to make the first house for my mom.

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