Laid back is the way I'd describe our week. Only Sunday morning, Easter Sunday, did anything start when they said it would. For someone who lives on a newspaper deadline, it was heaven. Also, the people were awesome - kind, welcoming, funny, warm. It was a blessing being around them.
The congregation overflowith. People were sitting on either side of the pulpit it was so packed.
Probably my favorite picture of the whole trip. The tie must have gone to Scott's (the white one) head.
The road in front of the church
Oh hey...it's the church. Probably could have put that first...
Dinner time. The parsonage, where we stayed, had a kitchen but most of the cooking was done outside. I suppose gas is too expensive.
Bob (right) and Pastor B worked on translating an worship song.
Other Bob worked on mosquito proofing the house. My hero!
I'd love to know more about names in Haiti. Many people, like Lolac, the kid on the left, had such fascinating monikers...
Let's just say...I was kind of popular.