If I was American from a state that said things like this I would so be saying, “Awww, Y’all! Isn’t that weird that that’s what popped into my head after seeing how many of you said a big old Hi yesterday.
I reread the post and realized it did sound a bit like a desperate plea for comments which is kind of funny because that’s not what was in my head at all! Chris and I had often talked about how comments seem to flow into the blog and how posts that we think would get more response just because of the topic don’t and others totally surprise us. I also know that people like MY PARENTS (yes, I’m talking to you through the internet) have never left a comment. These are also the people that had my brother and I start the DVD player for them for the first two years they owned it though, until I handed down some tough love and told them to figure it out. Yes, harsh. Anyway, I know there are a lot of people reading that have probably never commented on any blog simply because they don’t know how and I hadn’t shared instructions on here.
It was fun to hear from all of you! Kind of like getting mail :)
Okay, I’m off to Canaan today for Medika Manba and I’m looking forward to it. It’s also VERY overcast today and we got to watch lightning from bed this morning which is very strange for Haiti, but we’ll take the cooler weather. Yesterday we were without power all day because our underground lines that run from the depot (shed) with our batteries and power had a short in it and they just now found out where. I’m happy that they didn’t have to keep digging the trench up all the way and found it close to the building. We did run wires above ground as a temporary solution yesterday and it was warm so I was thankful that we had fans last night.