Work is the worship of the Lord. Do not make any distinction between menial and respectable work.
- Swami Sivananda
Criticism is something you can easily avoid by saying nothing, being nothing, and doing nothing.
This weekend was pretty perfect. Friday night we helped put on the high school dinner dance. Prom was canceled this year, so we teachers cooked dinner for the kids. Ben grilled 40 chicken breasts, Tony made delicious pasta, and I baked cupcakes.
TeacHaiti school for a vaccination clinic Miquette had set up. Miquette, in just her third year of running TeacHaiti, has over 170 sponsor children. However, for her sponsored kids in Port-au-Prince, many of the good schools are collapsed, so she's putting together a school in a home near Quisqueya. The school will open in the fall, just for elementary, but she plans to expand as quickly as fundraising will allow. She is incredible. Here, she and Ben sort toothbrushes for the TeacHaiti kids.
North Haven's donation arrives...
Aaron, Heather, and Aunt Debbie came in on Saturday to view to the school and visit PAP. Aaron has been offered a job as Bible teacher for next year, and they're figuring out how to move four little boys and a whole life to Haiti. We loved hanging out with them. Please pray for all that lies before them through this transition time!
Rainy season = My hair is large and in charge.
Just an FYI, we're losing internet every evening when it starts monsoon raining at about dusk. Sorry we've been a bit MIA from Skype.
Man, what a wonderful weekend. Thank you, Lord.