The last time I spent four months here in the USA was the spring of 1992.
I have gone through five bars of soap. I have used a tube of toothpaste. I have shopped and shopped, and shopped again for groceries. I even bought deodorant. I haven't done that in a long time (I hope you didn't notice).
The time here has helped me to look forward to the day when I can't go back and forth easily or at all. I am making plans for the day I am gone as well. Making future plans is fun while you are young. The older you get, it becomes less fun and more of a...duty.
I don't know when flights will resume to Haiti. I've heard that the airport may open on June 30th. Even when flights begin to go and come again, I am not sure about who will be allowed to fly. I am sure Haitians coming home will be the first in line. I will wait to see if they are quarantined upon entry into the country. THEN, I would like to see how it goes for a few foreigners who fly into the country. If things stay cool and move smoothly, I will make my plans.
Sadly, through these four months many of the normal ASAPH activities are blocked. Hopefully that will pick up soon. We have been treading water for some time now. I look forward to swimming again. :)
Missionary in Haiti.