Saturday, November 12, 2011

Day 3 | Mickey Skeens

What a blessed day it was.  It was a little hotter today and God saw fit to allow us to experience some of the real climate here.  As Bill said the Haitians are not on any time schedule, they don’t get in a hurry about anything.  We have set and talked about how much could me accomplished if we could start on our time, then he shows us that we are on his time and everything always works out.  I have met and made many new friends here and they all come from different parts of the world.  Kenneth is a paster from PNG and has been in the states for three months, he felt Gods call on his life to come here for an education, he left behind a wife and four kids ranging from 4 months to 15 years.  Just listening to him talk and share his story is amazing and you know that only God could have worked this out for him and his family.  The job foreman is Taejohn and he is a very large man for a Haitian.  It has been an honor and privilege to get the opportunity to meet him and get to learn his trade of block laying.  We have spent the last 2 days sharing and learning about one another.  Can’t wait to share more once back  in the states.  I love and miss everyone.  I miss my girls, Love you Marcy and Riley.

1 comment:

  1. I love you daddy! Well have fun and I am praying for you. We miss you very much!

    Hey, babe! Happy Anniversary! Love the flowers they are beautiful! Miss you too, but so proud of the work you are doing! It's a good thing women couldn't go on this trip or we would have come back with a baby! Can't wait to see you and hope all is going well. Maybe Big Poppy should be your nickname here, too. Ha! Ha! I Love You!