. . . our new faucet, bought to replace a broken one, still isn’t working,
but at least we have clean, running water.
. . . the thermostats we planned to install didn’t work,
but at least we still have heat.
. . . my husband had to drive “to town” three times to deal with the aforementioned “problems” ,
and, thankfully, he returned home safely from each trip.
How much we have to be thankful for.
If you’re looking for a creative way to reach out to Haiti, consider visiting the Craft Hope for Haiti Etsy shop and making a purchase, or donate some of your own handmade items for them to sell. 100% of the profits go to Doctors Without Borders.