Why things are always interesting around here

Yesterday Olivia cut her first tooth. Today it’s all pokey and definitely coming out. Looks like the other bottom one is going to make an appearance soon too. Lucky girl.


Yesterday also marked the first morning following the first sleep through the night in three months. Yay!

There was also good progress made into the world of crawling. How to move the hands forward has been figured out. The legs, well, the legs will come. Until they do scooting will have to do. 

Chris went to print something from his computer yesterday and the second he hit “print” the printer started yelling error messages at us. After some investigation and trying everything the website recommended our option was, “Your printer may need servicing.” Yeah, that’s special. The warranty ran out at the beginning of June. And warranty is only good when you’re in a place where there is somewhere to take the printer to. Taking the time to find someone that might be able to fix it here, and then the cost of what they would charge to do it (probably twice as much) would just not be worth it. Taking it out and bringing it back in isn’t really an option either, so basically we’re getting a new printer. In a month. Because that’s when the next person that can bring stuff in for us is coming. Did I mention that we have a training class coming up and I need manuals for it. Manuals that I had already spent a few hours revamping? Sigh. We’ll just have to photo-copy the old one and use that, and make changes where needed. We call that degaje here. You just make it work. 

Today my computer started giving me the line of death right down my screen. 

See what I mean about it never being just one thing? 
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About Leslie

I'm Leslie. Wife. Mother. Missionary. In the day to day my husband and I are responsible for running Clean Water for Haiti, a humanitarian mission that builds and distributes water filters to Haitian families. Living in Haiti full time provides lots of stories, and as I tell my husband, our grandkids probably won't believe most of them. Maybe writing them down will give me some credibility.

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