They began paving the road. It’s a bit underwhelming. The path is really, really skinny. When I saw it, I had to look twice. Folks say they are only going to do two paths and they’ll be skinny just like that one. I sure hope not. Lots of wasted space if that’s all they will pave. We shall see, as they say.
The first few days back in Haiti are always fun. Folks are happy to see you. You can catch up on the big events that happened in people’s lives while you were away. And then people always tell me I’m bigger than when I left. It happens every time. And I am bigger. I’ll be back to ‘playing weight’ in a few weight.
Sleep was awesome last night, my first night back in my house. No sheet or blankets. You just spread your limbs out on the bed and drift away. In the middle of the night I felt a cool air drifting down onto my head from the window I purposely designed to cool my bed at night. Perfect.
Seventy-four degrees at 7:30 this morning and over ninety by lunch. You say, "It can't be THAT warm." Well, it was.
It had to wait twenty minutes for a single Facebook page to come up on my laptop. You say, "It can't be THAT slow." Well, it is.