Hurricane Kim (the only preseason force of nature to be named) blew into Haiti with me for an all too brief visit. Although we set off in good health and high spirits, within 72 hours we had both been felled by a nasty chest infection - viral or bacterial unknown. Time line suggests it was something picked up on one of the airplanes. But being a force of nature, Kim shouldered on.
|She embraced Haitian coffee...|
|the neighborhood dogs we feed...|
|our daily chores, and our incomparable staff.|
Our days are busy, our nights are long when there is no electricity. We actually had a few hours of EDH every day that Kim was with us. Haiti put her best foot forward.
Being a yogi and a dog lover, she put her passions together and trained at least one of the puppies (Shoset) to do a proper downward dog on a yoga mat. Na, she didn't this picture was an accident.
|We visited Inea to make certain the rain water|
had dried up. Although her tikay was neat as a pin,
mold and mildew were everywhere --vinegar!
|Laundry - labor intensive and not fun.|