Bantigue Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Ormoc
... and the river was nearly overflowing. Please pray that the water can subside before Thursdays showers pour down on the community. I plan to go out tomorrow if the predictions remain and bring all the disaster materials they will need just in case. Although, I told the kids with phones to text me if it gets high enough to reach the road and I would come out straight away.
Looking forward to the weekend already!
I spent my Friday evening gathering baskets full of supplies for the center, cups, silverware, storage tubs, cutting boards, knives, dish soap, cleaning brushes, towels and rags, and much more. When everything was boxed up I was completely aware that the box was #1 to heavy for me to carry and #2 to large to bring on the jeepney (not to mention if I took a jeepney I would ...
... and gone
and I've learned how to leave it where it is
and I see that I was wrong
for ever doubting I could win"
Again I felt myself tearing up, but effortlessly smiling as I watched them all gather around the microphone and belt out the song. Afterwards they all came running over to me. :)
We concluded the blessing with a massive meal served downstairs. The children were given pre-boxed meals and the adults were served plates of food. ...
... what is going on in her body.
The kids gathered along the side of the road as we drove away, waving and screeching. Although we only spent an hour or so there, I can honestly say the interns got a full taste of the children's energy and joy. All of them told me later that they really enjoyed the experience.
It is so strange for me to have people visit the center for the first time. I feel so natural there and like each little part is just a natural component ...
I started off my day by going to the hospital to retrieve the test results of the 12 children who have submitted stool samples thus far. After waiting in line for almost an hour, I was not pleasantly surprised with good news. Only 3 of the 12 children tested came back negative for worms and more importantly Schistomiasis. I was very disheartened as I watched the clerk make positive marks next to ...