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Ayiti Cheri (Dearest Haiti)

The sound of kids giggling everywhere as I sit in my classroom grading papers. The wet kisses on my cheeks and the hands that pull through my hair as it gets twisted into braids. The child sleeping on my lap. The girls yelling “cassadee, kazi, casy” to get my attention. Little faces speaking Creole, and bigger ones attempting words on my walls in English. These are the things that make my heart happy. These are the reasons I am here. 

I have officially lived in Haiti for two years. It has been the most challenging thing I have ever done in my life. I sit here trying to find words to explain what these two years have been like and the only thing I can think of is that is has been an honor. An absolute honor. 
I am honored to be apart of this ministry. I am honored to be part of their lives. I am honored to have lived these two years with these people by my side. I am honored to be their teacher, their counselor, their staff member, their daughter, their sister, even their momma at times.…

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