Just another day in Haiti...
How many of our friends back home have helpful ducks and chickens in the
school cafeteria to clean up all the crumbs?
Quiz day in 3rd/4th grade. We just finished reading Because of Winn-Dixie and
I'm pretty sure any student who doesn't already have a dog wants one now.
After school, we make time for visits with friends.
But, chores must be done, too. There are mouths to feed! We start with the campus canines.
Next, the goats.
Chocolate Chip Cookie (aka "Triple C") and her brother Brownie are growing steadily.
Then, we might squeeze in an extra-curricular science lesson.
This is what chocolate starts out as--fruit on a tree.
And this is a boa constrictor someone found in the neighborhood.
We talked extensively about what a boa constrictor like this one eats and doesn't eat.
Rats and lizards ARE on the menu.
Little girls are NOT.
As the sun ducks down behind the palm trees, there's free time to pal around with the neighborhood kiddos. After all, we have to get dirty enough to ensure that bathing is really absolutely necessary every day, right?
Before dinner, maybe sneak a few minutes to catch up on some light reading.
Colossians 3:17 "And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him."