AND my path takes another turn…

I haven’t written about my newest change, because in Haiti you never know what will happen until it’s over. Now that I am here and settling in, I have a new job and a new home! On Monday I started working with World Wide Village (WWV) as the Project Coordinator for the Starkey Hearing Foundation’s work in Haiti via World Wide Village;
On Monday I was able to load all of my belongings in boxes and suitcases and make the move. About three weeks ago Dave and I made the purchase of our very own car; it has been such a blessing! It is incredible the difference having a vehicle does to my stress level. I feel like I have a part of myself back, the freedom to drive to the store or to visit friends and family when I need to. It was a bit stressful to take our entire life savings and put it towards one thing such as a car; especially in Haiti with the conditions of the road and the lack of AAA.
If anyone would like to help us out this holiday season with a donation towards our car, we are raising money to cover the expense. I have a PayPal button to the right of this post; OR you can check out Dave’s website to see what he is involved serving at God’s Littlest Angel’s orphanage by going to If you would like to help us on this journey, it would be a huge blessing to us!
As I get settled in and things start rolling for me here at WWV I will update on what my now roles and responsibilities are! I am looking forward to this new venture and what God has planned for me as I take another turn in my path.
Proverbs 3; 5-6
“Trust in the LORD with all your heart
and lean not on your own understanding;
in all your ways acknowledge him,
and he will make your paths straight.”


Posted on December 7, 2011, in 2011 and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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