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Today marks one month and five days until my trip to Haiti!
On this blog I wanted to give all the specific details about my trip to Haiti! So if you're interested in the specifics, keep reading!
When: I will be traveling to Haiti May 6-May 13. Side note: I will be celebrating my 20th birthday in Haiti on May 9th!!
Where: We will be going to Williamson, Haiti. Which is about 40 miles N.W. of Port au Prince. We ...
Wow! I never in a million years thought I would be writing a blog, or have a reason to. However, I am so grateful that I will be going on my first mission trip to Williamson, Haiti this May. Since I had to fundraise all the money for this trip, many of my donors wanted me to start a blog to track my journey and my experiences! My blog will be pretty unique - considering I can't actually blog during my trip. ...
... as hell. Now comes the hard part, im here at a rest area off of rte 29n near mound city, MO. Its still in the mid 80's and im a hot sticky mess gettin bit to **** by mosquitoes, im dreading having to climb into the back of the van and goin to bed, oh well its gotta be done. I'll catch up with you tomorrow when i finally get to South ...
... a rope swing installed about 40 feet over the water. Sam and Adam went first, nothing but good air and a hard splash into the river. My first attempt went well, I swung out over the dark, chilly water and fell harmlessly into the river (although I can now say the moments right before my swings were the most terrifying moments of my entire year). My second attempt, however, was a different story entirely.
I knew something was wrong as ...
... picture on the quiet and pristine morning before shoving off- me driving, on account of Sam sleeping about all of 20 minutes the preceding night.
Today was a travel day- but also a lazy day. And a special day: our first day camping. After the preceding three nights of meretriciousness nothing sounded better than a nice, quiet campsite on a lake. We drove West across Missouri, then took a hard tack North into Kansas, ...