America vs Haiti: When Your Car Breaks Down

July 20, 2017

America vs Haiti: When Your Car Breaks Down

America vs Haiti: When Your Car Breaks Down

You may recall from a recent blog that on the last night of my stay in Haiti I had some tire issues that resulted in me finding a ride from someone else at about 9:30pm.  Well, this past Monday, I had some battery issues here in the states with our “new” minivan and I wanted […]

July 18, 2017

Birth Certificates in Haiti and America

Birth Certificates in Haiti and America

Waiting for Elijah’s birth certificate for the past month or so has lead to me think about the difference in birth certificates in Haiti and America.  How many times, since you were born, have you really worried about the location of your birth certificate?  There are a few times in our lives when we have […]

July 12, 2017

Best Restaurants in Gressier

Best Restaurants in Gressier

I think I mentioned, in a previous blog, that our family took vacation the week before I left for Haiti this year (June 24-30).  One of our wonderful supporters, Adelva Johnston, allowed us to stay in her condo at Palm Coast for the week and we had a blast.  As you are probably well aware, […]

July 7, 2017

Last Night in Haiti

Last Night in Haiti

As I am sitting here in the Fort Lauderdale airport heading back to Jacksonville after a short trip to Haiti, I wanted to give you an update on my night last night.  It is important to understand that, almost every time that I am returning to the states from Haiti, something happens.  On one of […]

July 6, 2017

Latest Report Cards

Latest Report Cards

Just so you know, all of our kids who live with us passed and they passed easily!  Unfortunately, 2 of the kids who do not live with us did not pass, but 28 out of 30 is pretty good, and I was very proud of our kids.  Son Son was 2nd in his class, Fefe got […]

July 4, 2017

Where are the Light Bulbs?

Where are the Light Bulbs?

In a previous post, we told you about the wonderful gift that we received from Deerwood Rotary Club in Jacksonville that allowed our kids to have solar panels, batteries, a generator, and an inverter installed so that the kids would have consistent power at their house.  It is such a blessing for All Things New […]

July 3, 2017

Putting Together Elijah’s Crib

Putting Together Elijah's Crib

I don’t know if everyone knows or not, but I just arrived in Haiti yesterday for a very short last trip before all 4 of us (Jess, Sophie, Elijah, and I) can go down together.  Accompanying me on this trip is Danielle Keeler, a nursing student and part of Campus Outreach at Jacksonville University.  She […]

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