I am sitting in the airport in Panama City, waiting to be called to board.
This last week and a half has been busy. Simon drilled another well and installed two hand pumps. I closed off a large sanitation project at Asilo (a home for the elderly/disabled on the main island).
I am excited to see my family and friends back in the States, but saying goodbye to my Panama-family and friends is still sad.
As usual (for me), I have a quick turn-around in the States. I arrive home this evening (Wednesday) and will be loading gear back in my dad’s car at 2am on Sunday morning. I am heading back to Haiti with the goat team.
I will be sure to update more on the project later this week, but for now – if anyone lives near me (Vineland), I am looking for twin sheets for the orphanages we partner with in Haiti.
Adios for now 🙂
4 thoughts on “Last Week in Panama”
Prayers for travel mercies and Holy Spirit leading and protection in Haiti. Will see you when you get back…love you and your heart for His Kingdom!
So grateful that I was able to visit Asilo with you. That was a divine flight delay. Your work in Panama is such a beautiful thing that I’m sure brings joy to God.
Safe travels. Praying for you.
Safe Travels Cait!! Danielle is in Haiti this week with EMI!!