As always the trip in was smooth and easy. As always Pastor Harry was right there waiting to pick me up. Harry is very dependable and a gracious man. The afternoon was spent just chillin and catching up with Harry. It’s been over two months since I’ve been down due to the fact that my wife got very sick and was not able to teach for two months. I am normally down here at least every 6 weeks, but was not going to leave my family during this tough time. I firmly believe that God wants us to take care of our family first. If we can’t take care of our own family how then can we take care of Gods family. I guess I’ve been down here at about 50 times or so over the last 7 years and this trip I am facing a fear that I knew would eventually happen. I began feeling sick early Saturday morning at the airport and by the time I reached Haiti I was full blown sick with a mamma jamma cold or the flu. So needless to say Dr. Sites and Magnolia Clinic was not an option. After struggling through the catch up session with Harry I attempted to go to bed. All I have at this point is Advil. A little while later Harry re-showed back up with a local cold drug and said it would work. What I really wanted was some NyQuil to deal with the symptoms and help me sleep. I felt that I had no other choice but to try what he brought. It did help but I had a horrible night and generally felt like crap. When I did get up in the morning I was worse that the night before. I took another one of Harrys pills and praise the Lord if I did go to sleep and slept till 1:00 pm. I awoke to Harry and his family banging on the door. It was good to sleep. Harry and I went on a mad search for NuQuil and actually found some in a hole in the wall pharmacy. That’s almost a first in itself to actually accomplish something in Haiti on the first try. I hope tonight will be better, we have a busy day tomorrow. Praise God from whom all blessings flow.