Hotel St Barth Isle de France
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... where he goes to a trade school to learn how to become a carpenter. He even took two girls from our group there to show them what he has been working on. He was so thankful and gave all of us recognition to the Lord. He told us that he would not be able to do any of it without the skills and intelligence that he was given.
At the end of the day, Wedley and I just got to sit and hang out for awhile. We were sitting in the Cafeteria when Elumnia, a little girl ...
... t know anymore. I was watching a video of kids I knew. Kids who were my friends and who have made an impact on me. I knew them and their personalities and who they were. It ignited the same fire that was in me when I was in Haiti. I truly hope and pray that I will never forget how I felt during my trip. Being in America and falling back into my daily schedule, it can get very easy to forget what is happening just 4 hours away from ...
First, I'm so sorry it has taken me this long between posts! I promise the next one won't be so long :)
Well, if the title didn't give it away, day four in Haiti was May 9 - which happened to be my 20th birthday! I couldn't have asked for a better gift than to spend my time in Haiti.
Today was the day that some of our group was going to travel up to the mountain village. For a little background information.. Our group ...
Another great day in the books! God blessed us with another great day at the orphanage. The kids embraced us again when we got off of the bus and the kindergarteners even started chanting "white people" in Creole when we pulled up! (TOO FUNNY!!) By the way, most of the time the village kids didn't remember our names so they would just call us "Blanc", which means white in Creole.
We painted ...
Finally, the day had come to start working at the orphanage. I was very eager to get to the orphanage that morning and see the kids for the first time. When we arrived at House of Hope, the kids were in school. However as soon as our bus pulled up, every face was looking outside the classroom. As soon as we stepped off of the bus, all of the kindergarteners in their little red uniforms sprinted out of class. Before I knew it I had about five little boys and girls tugging at ...