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Sunday, February 27, 2011

This is Loubencia. She almost died of AIDS a few months back- she has recovered remarkably, and is eating double portions of everything. This little girl has a bleak prognosis, yet lives everyday with that same sparkle in her eye and joy in her heart- HIS HOME has been instrumental in her relationship with Jesus- how great is our comfort knowing where she is headed!

Emanie has been chosen by an "America's Got Talent" family to learn the violin- she is doing lessons twice a week- we got a great rendition of "Twinkle, twinkle little star"

Sunrise Saturday morning over Port au Prince
Sunset- I love looking at the mountains- is rather awe-inspiring for a Midwest flat-lander

This is the street we walked everyday between homes. We had to dodge the raw sewage flowing down from the tent camps- especially the "splash" factor when vehicles went by. I am amazed at the resilience of these people- they have built fences and planted flowers around their tents- we even saw a carport built beside a tent.

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