Thursday: A Thanksgiving in Haiti
Also in the morning, the ladies from our team went to volunteer at the kindergarten class at MDL school. They came back with several funny stories from the classroom.
Before we ate lunch, we went over to hang out with the school kids at their lunchtime. I particularly enjoy this because this includes the kids from the Claireville Ravine. They are nice kids -- good natured and lots of fun.
|Lauren prays for Doula|
That evening we went to the Boys' House and had Haitian spaghetti for Thanksgiving dinner. The boys brought over some hot sauce for those of us who wanted it. They said, "This is Haitian hot sauce. Be careful. It's very hot." I sprinkled a few drops on my spaghetti, and then I looked at the bottle: Louisiana Hot Sauce. I said, "This is American hot sauce. Louisiana is in the U.S." Keso and I then had a discussion about whether Louisiana is in America. The next time I saw the bottle, the label had been torn off. :-)
|Thanksgiving dinner at the boys' house|
|Adeline, Isguerda, and Chedline|
|With Adeline after the whipped cream war|