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... on this trip. Although educated in the US and with a successful career in sight, he chose to return to Haiti after the earthquake to help his father, who had founded and run Ecole Shalom
for many years. He is passionate about not just rebuilding buildings, but building his nation into a strong and prosperous future…starting with educating children.
Haiti has a literacy rate of only 49% ...
... but even more important i know i left a little bit of my heart back in Haiti. So It is good bye for now. this is not the end of me being connected with haiti. i have grown so much spiritually that i know there are good things instore for me there, as well as here! i cant wait to post again, starting another journey in my life! thank you so much for reading this blog, everyone! your support has been more than i could have asked for!
This was going to be our first full day in Haiti. Our plans were to go to church and tour Pourt-au-Prince. We all wore dresses that came down to our knees and no tank tops were allowed. The Haitians dress modestly despite the heat and lack of air conditioning. We attended church in a compound about a 15 min bus ride away. The compound contained the church, a school, and a feeding center. The church building was made entirely out of rock from the stairs to the wall. Inside, the church ...
... Since the girls tended to be more shy, I invited them to participate in the photo shoot, and we all took pictures in pairs, in groups, with sunglasses on, in silly poses, and on and on. After being worn out by the modeling session I left the room to see what else was going on around the school. I found Lucas, the music teacher, having a jam session with a few of the boys. Those boys can play! They all found a common melody on the guitar, then one girl ...
... the volunteers drinking too much beer (we had one each) in Spanish and creole (the nuns are from south america) and it got pretty rowdy for a party with some nuns. When we gathered to take a group photo the nuns started chanting "Prestige, prestige" for several minutes or "beer, beer,beer" in creole. It was hilarious. Having been raised catholic and semi afraid of nuns most of my life, I was stunned to see this hilarious display. At the end of the night, one ...