I arrived back in Haiti on April 23rd. I have not had a day off since then. That is a little over 3 months. Me and the family was ready for a day away from everything.
This was where I was at….I think number 4 most described me.
1. To stop burning from lack of fuel.
2. To wear out or make or become inoperative as a result of heat or friction: The short circuit burned out the fuse.
3. To cause (a property owner or a resident) to have to evacuate the premises because of fire: The shopkeeper was burned out by arsonists.
4. To make or become exhausted, especially as a result of long-term stress: “Hours are long, stress is high, and many recruits drop out or burn out”Robert J. Samuelson.
We decided to spend the day at the beach.
Here we are on the way there.
jumping for joy…
yeah we finally made it here…….
This is how I feel now.
v.re·vived, re·viv·ing, re·vives
1. To bring back to life or consciousness; resuscitate.
2. To impart new health, vigor, or spirit to.
3. To restore to use, currency, activity, or notice.
4. To restore the validity or effectiveness of.
5. To renew in the mind; recall.
6. To present (an old play, for example) again.
Thanks again for all your prayers!
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I have lived in Haiti since 1995 and run a Rescue Center that houses around 60 children that are sick and suffering from severe forms of malnutrition. School sponsorship, community development, medical clinic, food boxes, clean drinking water, are some other areas I work in. I have three wonderful boys and a new baby girl. I have been married for 10 years now and enjoy my life here in Haiti.