Haiti is a nation of stark contrasts. Dichotomy pervades all facet of life - the sights, the smells, the sounds, the people, the places, the environment. It's been a bit overwhelming to process, and it's just my second day in this amazingly beautiful, lush, fertile, damaged, seemingly unfixable, Caribbean country.
Today we met the students of Children in Need Haitian Project School in L'Espinasse, Haiti - a bit reserved, yet curious about these light-skinned women who are going to be working with them for a few days. So many encounters and observations today. When I have more time and a dependable Internet connection, I will write more.
For now, be well!