Listening to the worship songs we sing at church on spotify. Painting some rooms in our house. Enjoying quiet evenings at home. Praying for the Haitian orphans I met. Btw, today’s the last day to buy a t-shirt! Growing tomatoes and basil. Killing my cilantro. Seriously, how do you keep that stuff alive?! Planning a trip to Europe next
J and I have been in a healthy-living rut as of late. I blame the busyness. One or both of us have been out of town five of the past six weekends, and our weeknights are oftentimes filled with activities. And when life gets busy like that, the first thing to go out the window is
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,
Before I went to Haiti I knew very little about the ministry we were going to help and the work we were going to do. Well now, as someone who has spent a week with this organization, I seriously cannot say enough good things about Global Outreach, the people that run their mission, and the
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.
Happy May! I am a little late on my goals, but am posting them anyways. :) May reminds me of December, with all of its busyness wrapping things up for the (school) year. It’s one big hustle and bustle before the lazy days of summer can arrive. I am not in school anymore (nor do I have summers