Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas

Stateside We had some important family business to take care of this past week, so I had the "pleasure" of enduring some snow and rather chilly (like 15 degrees chilly!) temperatures. I'm happy to say that all is well on the home front where it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. This will be my 17th Christmas in Haiti. In my youth, my family celebrated Chanukah. It wasn't until I was 19 that I actually celebrated the birth of Jesus. Even so, because I didn't have Alexis and AJay until I was well into my 30s, I never actually created Christmas traditions. Our children were 2 and 3 years old when we moved to Haiti, so the traditions that I had tried to start, never had the opportun

Something to be Thankful For - Always!

Our Students With Thanksgiving behind us - as a holiday, that is, since we give thanks continually! - we are full into Christmas mode here at the mission. Our preschool classes are singing Christmas songs and the elementary and high school classes are...well...preparing for exams. That doesn't keep them from enjoying a "color day" though. There's automatically celebration in the air when the students come all decked out in their "street" clothes instead of uniforms. Medical Administrator Angie spent the day with Gardith, the medical clinic administrator, as she graduated from college today. She was the top student in the first graduating class at the MOHI high school. Gardith has been go

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