Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Headache and Haiti

I NEVER get headaches. Never. I've had less than 10 headaches my entire life and 2 of those I consider migraines. Well, I have one today. I think it is from stress or the fact that I have eaten nothing but junk today (PB&J for breakfast, Doritos for lunch, my birthday cake for a snack, and McDonald's for dinner). That's enough to make anyone feel horrible. I don't have much stress, actually next to none, but today was hectic. Breaks in the routine make me anxious and that could give me a headache. The reason today was hectic...the Daddy is back from Haiti once more. Here are few of his pictures.

Haitian kids

New houses for earthquake victims.

A large Haitian family living in a tent community.
Daddy informed me that this city (not this group of tents) is the voodoo capital of the country.

The harbor at Port-au-Prince

Aerial view of Haiti (Port-au-Prince). All the blue areas are tent houses.

The University of Miami set up a mobile hospital to treat cholera.

The Haitian National Palace after the earthquake.
As you can see, it is still a very devastated place. Count your blessing, folks. And say some prayers for those who don't have many to count.

So, this 6th trip to Haiti is why we celebrated Valentine's Day early and now life can get back to normal. And my headache can go away. We love and miss you all!

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