Greetingsfrom Grand Goave, where the sun finally joined us for a beautiful day, and the campus was quiet as Haiti celebrated National Flag Day.
Our bunk bed project is coming along nicely, all the bed components are assembled, drying after their first varnish application. Today Wendy and Carrie were rocking the power tools, Jadine and Bill sanding up a storm, Arnie doing the sand blaster boogie, and Jessica and Carman getting overpowered by varnish fumes, it was a productive day! With just ladder and drawer assembly remaining, soon varnish will be all that remains before we move the bunks to their new home in the Children's Village for assembly. As an added bonus, Carrie and Wendygot to spend a little time bonding with the kids at one of the Children's Village homes for a while today, and Wendy got to practice her cow herding skills on the walk home.
After supper this evening, we has Prayer Service at the church, where the presence of God was felt as we prayed and worshipped together in English and Creole, with Carman and Wendy having an opportunity to share testimonies.
With an early start tomorrow, for an outing to the other side of the mountain, we are heading to bed early after a group debrief on the roof.
A picture post to be uploaded tomorrow, I promise. In the meantime, feel free to see the Haiti Arise or Daystar Facebook pages for a few photos.