I Will Always Right Back
Caitlin & Martin, two pen pals who changed eachother's lives
Martin Ganda comes from a poor family in Zimbabwe (Zim-BOB-way), Africa. Martin was barley staying in school, but one day at school 10 out of the 40 students received pen pal letters and since he was a top students, so he got the first letter. One day he got a letter from Caitlin with a dollar bill in it (Worth $24 Zimbabwe dollars and one Zimbabwe dollar can buy a days worth of food), and she asks for a dollar in return. Martin just puts it off. Martin tried to hide how poor he was at first, because he thought they wouldn't be friends any more. One day he had to tell her because he is out of school and was going to loose his house. Caitlin started sending him $20 dollars every letter. Finally she told her parents and both lives begin to change.
The first picture Martin sent to Caitlin
The first photo Caitlin sent to Martin
Martin and Caitlin meeting for the first time
When Martin got of the plane in Pennsylvania