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... had taken us to. I've included a picture at the top of this blog. It was so beautiful, and the beach was empty, and we were very happy. I ordered seafood for the 11th time here. I don't think I've eaten anything for any other meal except seafood. I'm so pleasantly surprised with the food here and I look forward to taking you all to a Haitian restaurant for dinner. We hung out at the beach for two hours, tops, and then turned around for our drive home. On the way home ...
... them. So they still technically have
parents that may visit sometimes but they are under the care of the orphanage
for now. I thought that was really shocking that parents could just give up
their child like that, but then I realized that it would be a better option
than keeping them and not being able to afford to feed them. It’s an
unfortunate situation and reminds me how lucky I am to have two ...
... will host an expanded school and a large community hall meeting room. He’s also planning the expansion to 2 more sites…but that’s next year’s project.
He showed us the computer storage room, where early projects to provide schools with tablets had failed, leaving stacks of now useless equipment. His vision included a large solar array to reduce dependency on unreliable city power, ...
We are here!! From the start of seeing our team bright and early, smiling faces, excitement in our eyes even though it was three in the morning we knew it was going to be a great start. Traveling was smooth and safe with God on our side. We met many others who were interested and proud of our mission. It was truly a blessing to know that we are so supported even from people that we don't even know. This definitely ...
... these conditions. But what inspired me the most was the resilience of the people. Always smiling, singing, and dancing and they had such faith in themselves and their community.
I expected a little hostility from the people having us invade their land and homes but everyone we visited greeted us with open arms and seemed very grateful to have us. I can't wait to see what our company can do for these incredible people, and hopefully one day I can return again to see the progress.