Looking at old photos from when I was in Haiti. That trip broke me in a such a good and uncomfortable way...changed my perspective on life.
We spent our time going to different schools and fed the children. Some kids tried hiding their peanut butter sandwich to try and get another one, knowing that would be their only meal that day or possibly for the next couple of days.
We went into the tent cities and got to love on the kids. These kids were so adorable! Some of them were stinkers too!
We also got to visit Mother Theresa’s orphanage. Several rooms and floors with rows of cribs, with about 30-40 cribs in each room of crying babies. Babies would cling to you because they just want to be held, when there were only so many helpers. Most of the babies get dropped off there when their mothers and fathers can’t afford to care or feed them. If you ever get the opportunity to go to one of her orphanages over there - do it. Just warning you...It will wreck you - in a good way.
Girls From Miriam Children’s Home, Orphanage
Amalapuram, in Indian state of Andhra Pradesh
Second Attempt for Better (???) Cropping of a Vertical. Drat!!!
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Meet Moges, anyone else as surprised as he is that the weekend is over? Photo courtesy of @marthinolly Marthinolly
If you missed our article in the La Jolla Light earlier this year, we are excited to announce that our story has been reprinted in a number of local papers including the Carlsbad Seaside Courier and the Clairemont Connection! If you don't see it in your local paper, you can read the full article online by clicking the link in our bio!