Enjoyed the lively singing as we started Holy week with our Haitian friends.
As we prepared for bed last night the air continued to vibrate with the distant shouts from a evangelistic youth rally [starting a week of meetings] in Port Margo mingling with the distinctive sounds of drums and chanting from a Voodoo gathering.
Today the air quickly warmed making one think of summer heat even though cooler spring breezes mingled with the steamy air rising from the moist earth. Today's cold shower felt good, no courage needed to wash the hair!
I saw two patients in clinic one a 13 year old Fauche boy with malaria made me wonder if my feverish 14 year old boy may share the diagnosis.
So far just the fever and headache so will wait and pray until tomorrow morning to see if we need to take Eli to the laboratory for any testing.
He knows to stay hydrated or mom will call the nurse up to put in an IV.
I'm thankful that my 'sick' computer now can be used by a second monitor.
About one month ago my Mac developed a very annoying habit of blacking out the screen randomly. Started only rarely blacking out but increased in frequency until little work could be accomplished.
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Cory found a Dell monitor on line which arrived with last week's cargo. So now with the second screen I can once again use my Mac for projects.
Today's main project consisted of connecting family names with photos for the March team's churches to receive Kid's Club families to pray for weekly.
Because so many families share homes this task takes up more time and mental energy than one may think.
A few families continue to confuse me so I'll again need to ask the leadership for help.
One of my goals: improved blog titles. Please let me know how I"m doing.
Please pray for Eli to return to his normal good health.