Sunday, March 23, 2014

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

1. Leading Lines
Today's pictures are all from Haiti again. I haven't really pulled out my camera in the last couple weeks, but hopefully this week I can capture some new images. However, I have like 500 pics from it's good to use them in a couple posts. :) Here you can see some of the  children lining up and heading to their classrooms.

2. Relationship
In both foreign countries I've been I've connected with little boys between ages 4-7 better than any other people or children. I don't know why, but I love them to pieces! 

 3. Good Morning
Each morning there is a chapel service before school begins. It's a beautiful thing.

 4. Together
Pictured is my sister and I in the bay. I'm so glad she invited me to go along on this trip. I almost backed out last minute, but boy am I glad I didn't! 

 5. Project
I did an artistic twist to getting a picture of the boys sewing class so I didn't draw too much attention. But anyhow, here's the boys doing sewing projects. And boy could they sew...pants, shirts, etc...

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

Hi there! I know it's been super quiet around here, but I've been having a lot of health complications and not much time for blogging. (I covet your prayers.) Also I just got back from a week in Haiti at a wonderful mission. So today's blog is filled with those pictures. All are unedited, but that's because I'm too lazy to go through all 1,000 of them right now...

1. Mini

Both Tanzania and Haiti have these awesome mini bananas. Seriously, these have the best flavor. Why doesn't America have them?

2. Shoes

A piece of pottery that a student in the trade school in Haiti did. Pretty cool!

3. Mirror, Mirror

Okay, this is a far fetch, but I didn't have any mirror picture and still wanted to do the post. So, mirrors are reflections, right? The shadows on the right wall are reflections of the trees...kinda...sorta. You get what I mean....

4. Shopping

Shopping in Haiti.

5. Just Because

This is my new favorite picture. Oh, goodness. I love it! (and the little guy. Well, I love him more.)