It’s been quite a while since I’ve written on this blog and I apologize for being out of touch.  Cherlie and I feel that we have, indeed, been over the river and through the woods, but we’re not going to Grandmother’s house!  We spent the month of November in the US and it was a busy time with lots of unexpected occurrences.

Our first stop was in Milwaukee where we had an FHH board meeting and visits with many friends...

South Dakota is a long way from Haiti but you wouldn’t think so from the energy and attitudes of the Avera Hospital System teams that come to visit us three times each year.  The gifts they bring, their expertise and their boundless enthusiasm make their visits memorable ones.  We were blessed to have an Avera team with us again at the beginning of October, led by Haiti team coordinator Kathy English, RN.  Her husband, Gi...

There was a death yesterday of a sixteen-year-old boy.  When we heard about it, Cherlie and I both lowered our heads and cried.  They were tears of pain and frustration, at the country we live in and the limitations of our own capabilities.  We had seen the young boy in the clinic on Thursday, orphaned at birth and cared for since then by his aunt.  She brought him in to see us in consultation.  She sat rather casually in...

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