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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Faces of Haiti...Wordless Wednesday































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  1. Ahhh! Those sweet faces! From the looks of it, you had a remarkably beautiful trip! Thank you for sharing it with us :) Oh, and I think you found Samuel L. Jackson's twin sister--green shirt, head wrap? Well done, lady. ;)

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    1. Thank you, Stephanie. My thoughts are of these images, words are failing me.

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  2. So. Beautiful. That last one is you, isn't it. Can't wait to hear every detail! XO

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    1. Thanks, Beardy. Yes, I couldn't get enough of this baby and his mama. She is the shot above holding her other son. She is my Haitian sister from another mister. She and I tried to teach Creole/English to each other. She was a natural and I was a butcher of her beautiful language. At one point, she laughed so hard at my attempts that her boob popped out of the babies mouth and almost knocked me out. I love her long time.

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  3. Beautiful. Really. I feel pure joy looking at these pictures. I can't wait to hear all that you did.

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    1. Thanks, Frugie. We did some "service work" but the real gem was building relationships and hearing their stories.

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  4. I conclude the entire nation is full of gorgeous people. I can't wait until you do find the words to describe the trip.

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    1. SO TRUE! I think that I frightened the woman in the green shirt- I couldn't stop staring out her. "You so purdy."

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  5. Fabulous photos~~beautiful people!!

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    1. Thank you, Christy. Beautiful people in every way.

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  6. Beautiful photos. You've inspired me to go and dig out my photos from our trip to China. I also love houses....I'm your newest follower!

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    1. Thank you, Julia! I would love to hear about your trip!

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  7. Great pictures, Kerry

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    1. Thank you so much. The power of a photo, huh?

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  8. These photos are so beautiful, can't wait to hear more about your trip.

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  9. Lovely, beautiful faces. I can't wait to hear about your trip.

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  10. I think what makes these pictures so beautiful to me is that I could substitute the face of any child in the world, even my own, and see the sweet innocence and passion for life. Trips like these not only make us appreicate what we have and where we live, but most importantly, help us feel connected to mothers everywhere, thereby inspiring inspiring us to take up arms and fight alongside each of them to keep our children feeling safe and loved.
    I hope your trip was life changing.
    Vicky
    www.thepursuitofnormal.blogspot.com

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    1. So true, Vicky. I saw my children's faces everywhere I turned. Connecting with the women, mother to mother, was a wonderful gift.
      This clip made me so proud of women demanding peace.
      http://www.pbs.org/wnet/women-war-and-peace/full-episodes/pray-the-devil-back-to-hell/
      Thank you.

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    1. Thank you, Fritter Fratter! How are your adventures going?

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