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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

 Denise working on a patient at Michel's church in Port au Prince

 Having some fun with the church youth group/choir kids!

 Lori at Alexandre's house

 Alisha, Brandon, and Ruth preparing meds and supplies for clinics.

Sarah, Tim, and Deborah unloading a truckload of sand at Alexandre's.

Matt and Alexandre


  1. I love the pictures!! Thanks for sharing them!! It is really nice to see Lori and Denise at work -- don't think I've ever seen that before. A lot different than going to the dentist in the States!

    It looks like you are all having a great time! May God bless you with strength and endurance to continue to serve those He brings to you each day.

    Love to all,

  2. go med flashers go!!! where is tim in these pictures, is he looking for his shoes/water bottle/bug spray? haha after all that hard work i'm sure the ocean breeze at the rollings will be so refreshing and the food, i can almost taste it!!!

  3. Dawn: Let me tell you, Denise and Lori are working hard most of the day though. It's a wonder to see them working their magic. But I can say that you are most certainly right when you say that it bears hardly any resemblance to working in the United States.

    Kate: As the primary dispensary of meds I can assure you that I'm going at full throttle. Tim's usually off somewhere inspiring someone like he always does, but I'll be sure to get him in a picture soon. It was quite humid at the Rollings when we first arrived, but last night the breeze rolled in for the first time, and I finally remembered what relief felt like. It was absolutely heavenly. If I tried to describe Yonesse's food I think Chris's laptop would explode, so I won't even attempt it.