Every once in a while someone will ask me what I’m most afraid about with living in Haiti. I think my answer sometimes surprises them. You see, Haiti is a country that has a history of unrest. It’s a country where it’s citizens have had to fight for every last thing that they have. It’s […]
I’m sitting at our kitchen counter in the wee hours of the morning, which really aren’t all that “wee” for us because we’re always up early. Everyone else is still asleep though, so I’m enjoying the quiet. I can hear the occasional animal noise from the community paired with night time bug noises. The air […]
As I’m sitting here on our bed I’m listening to our kids play down in the yard with the neighbour kids. It’s a new sound for our family. At our old place the kids had to stay inside the fenced yard, and because of security issues that were rooted with our immediate area, they weren’t […]
I'm Leslie - a wife, a mother, and a missionary & expat. I love to write, and cooking is therapeutic. I'm venturing into photography and dabble in knitting. I'm the one who owns the power tools in our family. I do all of this in Haiti where my "day job" is to work alongside my husband as we run a non-profit called Clean Water for Haiti. Thanks for visiting!