My Last Day in Haiti

May 27, 2017

My Last Day in Haiti

My Last Day in Haiti

Today is my last day in Haiti this trip as I return to JAX at around 6:00 tomorrow evening.  There is a very specific phenomenon that happens on the last day of each of our trips to ATN…Everybody asks for something!  It is like everyone from our employees to our kids to random strangers (not […]

May 26, 2017

My First Fist Fight

My First Fist Fight

So I know that it is Friday night and a lot of people may miss this blog, but I am sitting here while the kids are watching a movie in the living room so I am going to write a little about my day today.  I would watch with them, but if you have ever […]

May 25, 2017

Electricity for the Kids

Electricity for the Kids

I had 2 primary purposes for coming down to Haiti this time aside from just needing to make our presence felt.  First, with the end of school coming, it was very important that I come down and make sure that all of our kids are progressing well, will be able to pass, and do not […]

May 24, 2017

True Belief

True Belief

When I arrived in Haiti this past Monday, I had not reloaded my Internet yet and I was planning on doing it Tuesday morning. During that time when I was “disconnected” from the world (I know that is a dramatic statement, but you get what I mean) another horrific terrorist attack occurred. I am sure […]

May 23, 2017

Seeing the Kids

Seeing the Kids

First of all, the kids are doing great. I arrived in Port Au Prince a little before 2 and then got to our house around 4:15 yesterday just in time to eat a little dinner and then pick up the kids to go play at Hope Rising. It was so good to see them and […]

May 16, 2017

Going to Haiti…Again!

Going to Haiti...Again!

A couple of days ago I booked a flight to head back down to Haiti for a week starting on Monday May 22. It is funny, I will be flying up to JFK and getting to Haiti at 1:50 that afternoon for more than $100 cheaper than I could have gone through Fort Lauderdale and […]

May 11, 2017

More Flooding in Haiti

More Flooding in Haiti

If you live in the Southeastern United States, and specifically South Georgia or North Florida, then you have probably seen a lot about the huge 140,000-acre fire that has been tearing through the area. Conditions are dry and local agencies are on high alert for the possibility of other forest fires in the area. One […]

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