Jesus, the refugee

My Savior himself was a Middle-Eastern refugee. Even before his first breath, he had no place to lay his head. The innkeeper wouldn’t give his pregnant mom a bed. His family had to flee from a madman name Herod, who was so insecure that he wanted Jesus, a baby, dead. He was even kicked out of Nazareth, … More Jesus, the refugee

Gade Kawolin Mesye!

I learned a lesson about relationships today. Here’s the story: Today, was my first day back in my Haitian hood…Les Cayes. I spend the majority of my summers down here. I love everything about it except for the 4 hour drive from Port-au-Prince. I have my gas station, my market, my cell phone credit guy, … More Gade Kawolin Mesye!

My Home

We got up early to drive for 2 hours to catch our flight early on Friday. Unfortunately, this flight was delayed causing Caroline and I to miss our connecting flight and worse, we had to spend the night at a hotel  (thank God we did not have children to travel with…yet) which messed up our … More My Home

For Heaven’s Sake

Rudy and I had just gotten settled into our little cabin in Gatlinburg, TN when we got the call about my dad. I crumbled; we crumbled. A call like this is one that other people get, not us, not my family. It’s one that you can certainly never prepare for. Dad was an avid motorcyclist. Whether … More For Heaven’s Sake

New Normal

6 months ago: Rudy proposed to me on top of the Citadel in Cap-Haitian. I said yes! 2 months ago: We were officially announced as husband and wife in front of the best support system that we could ever hope for. 2 months ago: We began renting our first home together. 2 months ago: My father … More New Normal