Wednesday, January 13, 2010


Today, we ask that you take a moment

To remember the people of Haiti
The little children

And the adults trying to survive

Their country has had the hardest earthquake
in over 200 years.
And tens of thousands of buildings
are destroyed.

Mom can not communicate
with any of the Mission Team
to check on their safety.

Haiti was a poor country before this tragedy
and now they need your help more than ever.

We are very concerned for
our interpreters, Ancy and Jackson
and our caring Dr. Baguidy (in the center).

Animals in Haiti
have a hard life
during the best of times.

If you'd like to donate to Haiti
for earthquake relief,
please use reliable sources
such as
Haiti Education Foundation
Samaritan's Purse.
Earmark you funds for
Haiti Earthquake Relief.

If you would like to help our interpreters directly,
funds can be sent to the
Haiti Education Foundation
and earmarked for
ncy Fils Amie

Jean Pierre Jackson.

And please pray -
the Haitians need it now,
more than ever.

Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Java


Cheryl, Indiana, Shingo and Molly said...

They will all be in our prayers.

Woofs and Kisses!

Sierra Rose said...

Thank you for putting this post together. Blessings. We are concerned and sending our prayers as well.

Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
Sierra Rose

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

You touched on something Mom has already shared and/or khommented to others.

Haiti was an inkhredibly poor khountry prior to this - they face a furry daunting task -

We've thinking of them and khrossing paws fur all -


Dory and the Mama said...

What a wonderful post. Thank you so much for putting up reliable donation organizations!

We have been keeping them in our thoughts and prayers!

Mama, Dory and family

Ginger Jasper said...

We have been watching the news and worry for those poor people and animals. Prayers are needed for sure. Makes us very humble. I so hope your friends are safe.. Hugs GJ x

Footheel Sock Knitter said...

I've not watched or heard any news.
Prayers are w/ them. Such wonderful faces you have pictured and under sad circumstances. May Jesus, God, and The Holy Spirit abide with each and every one.

Tammy, Teddy, Louie and family

Mango said...

Thank you for that most important post. We heard on the radio this morning that Master Chew Sits has the third largest populations of Haitians in the US. There are many people here very concerned. We will keep our thoughts focused.


Asta said...

Lilly Pipew Cawwleigh and Java

Thank you fow weminding us.

Those poow hoomans and those poow fuwwkids ..we all have to do something to help them
Thank you fow telling us how
smoochie kisses

Maggie and Mitch said...

Mom and dad have been listening to the news all day long on the radio. This is so sad! Our prayers are with them all.

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

Clive said...

This is such a terrible tragedy for the people of Haiti. We were listening to an Irish aid worker with World Vision out there on the evening news earlier and her descriptions of the devastation and suffering were truly horrific.

Our thoughts and prayers are with all those suffering.

Clive and family

Pug(s) and Bugg said...

We are praying for them, and are doing a phone donation as well. What a horrible thing to happen.

TwoSpecialWires said...

Thank you so much for writing this post and drawing more attention to the very sad and very horrible situation. All day we've been thinking about the people and animals of the island, realizing that reports are only going to get worse rather than better. We pray for miracles for those who can still benefit from them, and we will do whatever we can to help. Your posting specific organizations for donation was a wonderful idea. It makes helping a bit more personal.

Thank you again.
With love and concern
Jake and Fergi and family

Benny and Lily said...

Remembering all those poor people in that country.
Benny & Lily

The OP Pack said...

Such a horrible tragedy. All who are there and suffering so terribly are in our thoughts and prayers. It is so hard to just watch it on TV, we cannot imagine what it must be like to be there. We will be offering our help through contributions within our church community. We hope that the Good Lord will help these poor people.

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Cassie said...

Thank you so much for this post. We are praying for the people in Haiti too. I'm getting in touch with Samaritan's Purse (one of my favorite orgs.). We have friends who adopted a little girl from there 6 years ago and they still have strong ties to the area.
Blessings on your head,

Petey said...

Thank you for this thoughtful post—it helps to put faces and places with our prayers. Please let us know if you hear anything about the mission.

With prayers,


Ms. ~K said...

This tragedy has consumed me in grief and sorrow...
Please keep us posted on the mission team.

Agatha and Archie said...

Oh we are so devastated...We have a lot of Haitian families here.Pl2 works with many people who have not been able to contact their loved ones.....We are soo sad..Love A+A

animal lover, quilt lover said...

Thank-you Lynn for this wonderful post!! Our prayers go out to all the injured in Haiti. To all that are suffering, to all that just need a fresh drink of water. I think all of us are praying for the people and animals in Haiti
We are so sad for them, Fern

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