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Monthly Archives: November 2010
On our way back from church in the morning about seven, Ouanaminthe is pretty much already alive and going- vendors are on the street, children are walking to school, wheelbarrows, donkeys, motorcycles, goats. The day after the riots started in … Continue reading
Sr. Danielle, the head of the community here, had a week long meeting in Port-au-Prince and was supposed to fly out of Cap-Haitien. She went on Monday- the airport was closed. She ventured out on Tuesday and ran into the … Continue reading
There are now four cases of Cholera in Ouanaminthe and in Haiti, over 14,000. The numbers keep growing. I had a English/Creole lesson with one of the teachers at school. One of the phrases we learned was, “Nou na mal”. … Continue reading
I told Sr. Danielle about my idea of having a king of a class. She liked the idea so much that she decided to make thirteen little kings (or queens), one for each class. Because the students have end of … Continue reading
I love all my classes and my students but there are some challenges… On Saturday I teach the seventh grade for an hour sometimes two. Usually Sr. Mary Merci is there as well because she teaches Computer Science afterwards. Last … Continue reading