Praise God from whom all blessings flow. Today was one of those days that to many words would only make a mess out of it. I’ll try to keep or brief and to the point haha. It was great getting to the school to see the students and greet the teachers. The doors and windows for the school are coming along nicely but the construction has forced the classes outside until the work is complete. That should be by Friday, it is 90% finished. At last the school will be safe. I met with the teachers briefly and then started putting the gift bags together with the help of Pastor Harry, Myrva, Rossna and Adoni. It was a work in progress for about 3 hours but it was fun. The gifts consisted of dental hygiene packages, soap, wash cloths,scripture bracelets, whistles and candy. The dental stuff was supplied by DDS Brodie Bowman and DDS Scott Runnels. I’m sure they appreciate the candy part, we supplied that. Once the bags were done Harry and I headed into Port to go visit an orphanage called “Coats Little Angels”. There is a lot of history behind this place, not all good. Harry and I ran across this place a few weeks after the earthquake and we do what we can for this place. FBCFWB supports this place through GMSM. We always include them in our Christmas campaign. This is a unique place in the fact that many of the children are in their teens and some in their early twenties. The only family they have are themselves and they have no place to go. They all go to school and some are trying to enter college. Money is the issue like always. It’s a heart breaking place to visit but a reality that exists. I wish we could do more and maybe one day we can. It’s a good place to help for anyone who wants to make a difference. We can make them smile for one day anyway. We sponsored a Christmas party for them as we did for the school and church. It will be a fun loud Christmas (with the whistles) for these three spots in Haiti. Tomorrow I head south to Jacmel.