Kathryn and Francisco Fernandez are Volunteers in Belmopan, Belize. This photo was taken at in Bermudan Landing at a baboon sanctuary during our first week in country as Trainees. Teaching us to hull rice, among other traditional practices, was our introduction to Creole culture. In order to hull rice the two workers have to get their sticks into a rhythm so that only one stick is in the mataa at a time, but quickly enough that the work gets done. Marriage is challenging enough in the US, but Kathryn and Cisco have truly found their rhythm while serving in Belize.