Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Pictures of Haiti

Hello everyone,


Things are going very well here. Wow, what a new life we all have!

Updates coming later.



Till then, here are the long awaited pictures for you to enjoy.

Please note that this link will take you to my family home page. The family photos are grossly outdated, as well as the code my husband wrote. He's promising to update our website soon, but right now it works for viewing the current Haiti pictures.



Hope this letter finds you well. I haven't read any blogs in over a week so forgive me for having not commented on all my favorite reads.



Enjoy your day.



CLICK HERE TO BE TAKEN TO THE HAITI PICTURES

9 comments:

Youthful One said...

Thanks so much for sharing the photos!

I'd love to hear the narrative that goes along with them.

The most moving pictures to me are those of the girls' birth father. How precious. Nearly all of those photos make me weep.

Michelle said...

Your girls are so very precious. What a priceless gift you can give them as they have photos of their birth home to carry with them into their new lives.

Michelle said...

Oh, my. I somehow skipped over the photos of the girls' birth father. I was moved to tears to see the love in his eyes. I know it must have been so very hard to make that final transition of him handing them over. We had a little boy live with us several years ago and it felt like my heart just ripped to pieces when I had to hand him back over to his birth mother. The girls look very peaceful, content, and secure in their new family.

Kelli said...

those pictures were very awesome. I also liked the birth father pictures!! Also the pics of you and the girls sleeping on your lap is precious!!

Blessings!

kel

christa jean said...

I wanted one of the babies.

I looked through almost all your site pictures and cried a lot.

Genny said...

I'd love to hear more about your trip and your story. What an awesome thing you are doing.

Blessed Mama of 4 said...

I don't know if it comes from being so emotionally invested in your story, or what, but i can see something special in the eyes of each of the Haitians.

Those older teen girls are beautiful.
The babies are precious.
The workers are inspiring.
Your daughters are a miracle.
Their bf is .... wow, words can't seem to say enough.


You are blessed!

Sustainable Juice said...

your blog has moved me to tears every time I venture onto it. I was very inspired by the pictures of the orphanage and also the pictures of the birth father. I feel blessed to be even a observer in your journey right now.

ames said...

I second everything Sarah said! And I cried at the birth father photos too.
Thanks you soooo much for sharing all these so I could feel a tiny bit like I took the journey with you.
love you,
amy