Christmas Day is celebrated on December 24th in Haiti. So this year, I got 2 days of Christmas! On Christmas Eve, we celebrated with Youv & our Haitian neighbors. Two magical things happened that day. One: we got power! We haven't had real power since the very beginning of November. And on Christmas Eve, Keziah decided to ask Santa (in Creole, he is called Tonton Noel, AKA Uncle Christmas) for power. Hours later, BAM! POWER. Two: pizza. Now, pizza may not be a big deal to most people Stateside. But it's a rare things here. So after sitting outside with our neighbors, I went to grab some coffee cake that I had made to share. Coming back, one of them said that they had called for pizza. Wait, what? Sure enough, 45 minutes later, a moto pulled up with a pizza box! Magic in the form of delivery pizza in Gonaives.
|Christmas poppers from my Mom|
|Youv opening his present... full of Cars gifts!|
|Tug's present- leftover wrapping paper.|
And on December 25th, American Christmas, we had a full day with our American community. Fluffy pancakes, a bonfire, white elephant gift exchange, skyping with family, & so much fun.
|Merry Christmas Kisses!|
|White Elephant Gifts.|
|Brix chocolate & wine- sharing goodness from my Mom.|
"Trust in the Lord and do good. Dwell in the land and cultivate faithfulness."
~Psalm 37: 3~