Sunday, June 16, 2013
Day 4 | Tyler
I know everyone is torn up that I didn’t blog last night and I am very sorry about that. Yesterday I worked with a group of young adults moving a large pile of wood for the playground. It went well and we got the job done rather quickly. After that Russ and I did our usual thing of mixing concrete, digging holes, and setting up poles. The jobs went well all around the camp. However I thought everyone worked hard for the most part yesterday but for some reason the girls just wouldn’t go to bed. Why couldn’t they go to bed? For well over an hour after we were sent to bed the girls were laughing and giggling. The only reasonable explanation would be that they must not have worked hard enough to have that much energy left over. I am kidding of course but it is a good question. Today was a great day we started early at 5:30 by getting ready for a service at 6:30. Haitian services seem like they would be fun to attend if you could understand the language. Just because the service starts at 6:30 doesn’t mean they show up at that time some of them weren’t showing up till 8:00. The rest of the day was an adventure with our hike to the river and back up. I am sure everyone will be talking about what all we saw and did today so I’ll let them tell it. Mostly because I was too busy making sure some people didn’t fall over the hill and die. At one point Logan, Lloyd, and I were called buckets so they would kick us right before they fell. Moral of the story is “don’t go chasing waterfalls”.