From November 10, 2020 I was concerned that Hurricane Eta might blow away my travel plans. The flight took off and landed on time. Patrick and Jarline were at the airport waiting for me. But the big news was not my arrival—it was the first day of school for 38 of our kids. .
From November 9, 2020 The novelist Graham Greene once said to a Spanish priest, “I don’t believe my unbelief.” Wow. That perfectly expresses my state of being in my atheist days. I couldn’t believe in God. But I so dearly wanted to believe.
From November 8, 2020 Yikes…those 11 days away went fast. I’m more than ready to get home. I leave the Ocean Village tomorrow at 6:00am.
From November 7, 2020 It is difficult to do serious photography with a cell phone. You just don’t have all the controls.
From November 6, 2020 Peter in the clinic waiting room. Peter is probably thinking: this is fun place.
From November 5, 2020 The Santa Chiara Children’s Center is a US government approved 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization. I highlighted the word “charitable” because it gets to the core of what we do in Haiti on behalf of desperately poor abandoned children.
From November 4, 2020 When I turned the car on for the drive to the lawyer’s office yesterday, the CD player began to play a cut from George Winston’s Winter album titled “Peace.” This is what I wanted, what I’ve longed for during the last three years.
From November 3, 2020 Cellphone photos taken of Saturday morning (10/31/20).
From November 2, 2020 Last Friday, there was big party for all the kids and staff who had birthdays in October.
From November 1, 2020 The daunting challenge this week in Florida is mustering the faith to continue to fight for the kids. I think part of “darkness” of late could be attributed to sleep deprivation during my weeks in Haiti. I rarely get more than six hours sleep, and frequently get less than that. I am really going to make…