So I’m finally back in talks with venues, unfortunately I’m pushing the date back to hopefully no later than Mid-September but I will keep everyone posted.
I find myself scouring the internet for blogs on Haiti to hear about what’s going on not just with Emily and her orphanage. I want to be educated on all the oppression, sadness and fear; also all the great things that have/ are happening and blessings that God has/is giving. One of the blogs I follow by Megan Boudreaux posted recently about an article she written for SheLovesMagazine; Here is a little excerpt (once I read some of it I had to read the rest, just follow the link to continue reading.):
“Megan! Megan! Come, see! Someone is here for you!“ I heard my neighbor yelling from the front gate. As I tried to see who it was through the downpour and the dark, I decided to go outside and check. I ran through the rain and opened my gate. I looked down and saw six-year-old Michaelle, soaking wet, looking exhausted with some clothes balled up in her hand.
…She finally looked up from the ground and said a sentence I’ll never forget as long as I live: “They said they don’t want me anymore … that you can have me.”
To read the rest of the piece and check out more of SheLovesMagazine,” click here!
Thank you everyone for the support I wish I had more to report on but things are kind of in a Limbo state as for progress a lot of hurry-up and waiting.
Today’s quote doesn’t really tie in with the blog per se but I liked it because it reminds me of all the strong people around the globe sticking out the worst conditions giving up their luxuries to help those who have next to or even nothing! I feel these people put others opinions aside, do what they think they were called up for … to do what feels right and don’t need approval to do what they think needs attention; I feel all these Life Savers pretty much want is just respect for their choices.
“Don’t walk in front of me; I may not follow. Don’t walk behind me; I may not lead. Just walk beside me and be my friend.”