• Boston Trip: Day One

    If you follow me on Instagram, then you’re probably aware I went to Boston this past weekend… you know, considering I flooded your feed with photos from my trip. ;) Well, if you can’t get enough, here are more for you to see. This is one of those posts that is more for me to reference and remember

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  • Help for a Haitian Orphanage

    On our last day before we left, we visited an orphanage near where we were staying in Titanyen. The orphanage is run by a couple, Yvon and his wife, who care for 46 children ranging from 1 to 15 years old in their very small home. Haiti is a dangerous country, especially for children, as kidnapping,

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  • The State of Haiti

    Well, I’ve been back two weeks now, so it’s probably about time I write about this trip. There are so many things I want to write I don’t know where to begin. So I’ll just start typing away. This will likely be a few posts for me to brain-dump all I saw and all that we did.

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  • To Haiti I Go

    Ready or not, it’s time to go to Haiti! Physically, I’m ready. Bags are packed, malaria pills are ingested, and I have carefully weighed and repacked my two bags full of donations half a dozen times to make sure I’m at 50 lbs (I’m like a few ounces off). Mentally, aside from crafting a packing

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  • I am going to Haiti

    In the last few days of 2013, J and I sat across from each other on our couch and talked about this year. We didn’t really know what 2014 would hold, which is pretty rare since we would normally have 10 things on the calendar by January 1st. (Our calendar now, however, is back to normal

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  • Big Money Dreams

    J and I want to be used by God in whatever way He has for us. Right now, we feel that we are called to live and work in this area, and sometimes I wish that was different. I wish our calling was a little more… spiritual. Being in the trenches of relief and rescue

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  • Strawberry Picking

    One of my all-time favorite things about living in central North Carolina is the abundance of strawberry farms. There are so many! In fact, I realized the other day there was one just two miles from our home. So Saturday morning, J and I decided to pick some strawberries before we headed to Greensboro to

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