Six weeks seems like a long time to go without blogging. And so, we apologize. There were reasons for the wait however, and I hope that this post more than makes up for the longing you have felt to keep
As our visit to Haiti winds down, we begin to pack up our three suitcases in preparation for our pair of two hour flights on Tuesday, and I can’t help but flip through my hundreds of pictures from the last few weeks
The last four weeks have absolutely flown by. It seems like we just landed here in Haiti and to think that we only have one week left is hard to comprehend. Our time here has been wonderful. Challenging, but wonderful. To
So what happened to the other posts from my week with JiHM? Ummm….I accidentally deleted my notes from the week. I did have several more pictures to share and a few stories, but I will move on as the Lord
Life without internet is two things.At first, it is debilitating. You feel as though you are disconnected and unable to keep up with all of the things you have come so accustomed to knowing.Then, you begin to realize that all
As we sat on another airplane on our way to Haiti yesterday morning, I was drawn back to the many hours I have spent on airplanes and in airports over the last two years, and just how different it felt.
The posts below are imported from our Blog from May of 2010 detailing our one week trip to Port au Prince with Jared and Jalayne. Little did we know the seed that the Lord was planting in our hearts… Let
The day started early as usual, the sun comes up around 5:30, by 6:30 the sun is so hot coming through the window, sleep is no longer an option…The morning started as usual, showers, breakfast and reading, everyone at their
The girls and guys split up to continue the painting downstairs. It, of course, turned into a competition to see who could finish their rooms first. We won’t mention who won because it’s not important J (written by a girl).
The mornings here are beginning to find a routine; a lazy wake up, a breakfast of champions (granola bars, fruit snacks, Crispex, or oatmeal and bible reading or various devotions. Then a plan is mapped out for the day. Today,