From August 6, 2020 Nothing says Haiti like a bowl of spaghetti for breakfast. Here are some photos taken earlier this week by Baby.
From August 5, 2020 In some Christian circles you often hear the term “liminal space.” Hard to define, the term has its origins in the word first coined by anthropologists: terminality. Liminal is rooted in the Latin word limen, which means threshold.
From August 4, 2020 Last Thursday, my last full day in Port-au-Prince, was filled with tension and difficult decisions. In the late afternoon, someone came to my office to say that Walencia’s mother was in the yard. She came to take Walencia home.