Haiti, August 10, 2012

What a blessing it is to almost have a moment of leisure. These guys are getting their money’s worth out of me haha. They have kept me busy and people who know me know that I always stay busy. So the double duty has been a challenge but also a blessing, so GMSM is excited to serve.

There is a Haitian proverb that says “we are still in school.”  I hope and pray that I never stop learning. This whole week has been a great iron-sharpens-iron time, especially for me.

We really had no agenda today other than getting back to PAP. We relaxed for a while and headed out for the 2 hour beauty ride around 1:30. We were able to get Mario Andrette for the driver and he got us back quicker than normal. That may or may not have been a good thing… it depends on who you ask.  Anyway sometimes your choice of a driver is the luck of the draw, we are still in school.

Much to the team’s exhaustion we made it back and I must admit, as I was catching my second wind  they were whipped pups. This country takes a lot out of you. It is even tough on the veteran folks. ‘

Great day and good to be back at Sems guest house. Tomorrow we head to the house. It’s been an awesome trip and I pray this team will want to share our vision for the children of Haiti and come along beside us. But as my dear friend Harry says, God knows. Praise God from whom all blessings flow.