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... or abandoned children, living in two children's homes. They operate a K-12 school.
Follow this link for the video from the House of Hope website. http://houseofhopehaiti.com/watch-a-vid eo-about-us/
A special thanks to everyone who has donated to my trip!
John and Darla Feltner
Larry and Rose VanWoerkom
Kent and Denise Woods
Dave and Deb Masching
Tim and Kathy Sedrel
Lutheran Church of Hope
... t have the access to post while I am in Haiti, but I will be giving updates leading up to the trip, as well as sharing my experiences when I get back.
So here is a little background on why going to Haiti is so important to me. My best friend, Dana, went on this same trip last May and had a life-changing experience. After we discussed her trip, I could not get the idea of Haiti out of my mind. ...
We woke up this morning and decided to take it pretty leisurely as our train left at 2pm and we had done pretty much all we wanted to do in Chicago (plus we had our massive bags which we didn't want to lug around too much!) We called families back home as it was a more respectable time than when we normally have a spare few minutes (our evening which is midnight onwards for you guys!). Our host had some guys round to take out her fireplace so ...
Day 2: We awoke to a delicious breakfast provided by the owners of the Inn, Pat and Dave Farris. They served warm, homemade cinnamon rolls, chocolate chip bread, and freshly prepared fruit. What a treat!
We spent the day visiting with family. In the morning, we visited with my 92-year-old grandmother, Wilma Mills, at the Lenox Care Center. She seemed to enjoy the visit and entertained us by singing her favorite song, "All my ...
... set up in our site, we had dinner & then went outside to listen to the most amazing Nature's Symphony we've ever heard plus there were so many fireflies here! They must like water & humidity because as we traveled north to cooler & less humid areas, we hardly saw the fireflies anymore. That's one good thing about staying in a place with high humidity.
In the morning after breakfast, headed out to explore Red ...