I didn’t anticipate a passport stamp to Haiti.
But then again, rarely do I anticipate the greatest gifts. Ken, out of left field. Bee, surprise! Even the site you’re reading this on, this glowing rectangle that’s oddly held just enough space for a decade of myself? Wildly unexpected.
And now here’s Haiti.
I’m going for the week with a few favorites, and I’ll be Instagramming, of course. But mostly, I want to watch and listen and look and see. Because, at least in my own life, that’s the only way I learn.
There’s a temptation for me to write what I’m expecting to find, what I’m expecting to see, what I’m expecting to learn. But if there’s anything I know to be true, it’s that I know nothing of Haiti. I don’t know how the Tarmac smells in Port Au Prince. I’ve never stood beneath the towering red metals of Marche de Fer. I’ve never flipped through rows of CDs at Le Melodisque.
Sometimes the only thing you can anticipate is that you cannot anticipate it at all.
See you in a week, friends.
wishing you safe travels … sometimes expectations can trip us up … here’s to an open mind, new adventures and no predetermining :) have fun !
thank you dawn!!! :)
Wishing you open eyes, grand adventures, and safe travels. xoxo
Thank you sweet Jamie!
That’s where my family is from and I’m glad you are going to experience a gem. My people are the best. I hope you are ready for that love. You will totally be inspired. And I hope it inspires you to return again and again.
oh kathleen, your people ARE THE BEST! i fell in love, that’s for sure. so many talented artisans in one beautiful place!!
Hope you’re enjoying Haiti & thanks for Instagramming the wonderful photos! I’m super enjoying them all! :)
Thank you Amanda!!! I’m officially home and working on a recap with lots more photos now. It was an incredible week!!!
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