- watching movies with the girls every night and them begging me to make popcorn (it usually didn't take much to persuade me!)
- teaching Angelo how to play peek-a-boo
- taking care of Annie and Olivia
- eating dinner at Lynch's
- waking up to the girls singing....loudly (to be honest, I didn't always enjoy this at 6am...)
- Jeffry running into my arms with a big hug and kiss
- talking with Beth
- holding Yvie while she slept during church
- holding all of the new babies in the women's program and seeing all of the new moms so proud of their little ones
- being busy....24/7.....whether I wanted to be or not
- going to the beach!!!
- Ashley and Nyomie hugging my legs and saying, "I luv ou"
- and Yvie saying, "I lub ou, Jekika" (I actually have video footage of this if I can ever get it to upload!)
- laughing with the nannies
- talking with Brittany before church every Sunday morning
- watching Clernise literally jump into Sheila's arms for a hug when Sheila pays her for the purses she made
Life was never dull in Haiti, that is for sure. I don't suggest planning for things more than a few days in advance because there is a good chance something will come up before that. Haiti is emotional and stressful and hard. But also amazing. The stress of the day could be erased by getting a hug from one of the kids or watching one of the women walk in with the newest purse they created...one that is different from all of the others and made them think outside their box.
Heartline is doing some amazing things in Haiti! I was blessed to be a part of it.