Monday, May 28, 2012

Lorrie asks

Blogger Lorrie Beauchamp Berg said...

Hi Isaac,

I want you to describe to me a typical day for you in Haiti? what time you get up? what you have to eat? what you do? what makes you happy? what makes you sad?

Blessings to you Isaac

Lorrie Beauchamp Berg
Fargo ND

This is a page from my little journal. I write down what I do most days. In case you cannot read it it says "I woke up in the morning and got ready for church. Finished getting ready. Me and Noah started our Poke battle. left the house. Got carsick felt like puking. Got to church. Sang 8 song wich seemed like 20. Went to sunday school. learned and forgot a memory verse. Played teatherball. Went to beth's for like 2 hrs. got some presents. rode bikes. watched a movie.


  1. Hi Issac! Wow, you sure do have a busy life. I also get car sick when I travel long distances. It'll be better when you're old enough to drive. I hardly ever get car sick when I'm driving, unless I'm driving too fast around the mountain curves. Then, look out!

    This blog is great! I'm looking forward to your next entry. I'm going to try to think of a really great question to ask you... thinking... still thinking...

    Fresno, CA

    P.S.: I've been in church on days when 8 songs feel like 20, too. But the Bible says it's good to be in the house of the Lord. So I keep going. :o)

  2. Thank you Isaac for answering my questions !!!!

  3. Learning and then forgetting memory verses is my method too! And 8 church songs almost always will feel like 20 to me too.a favorite part of my day is that awesome second 95 minutes if reading.

    My questions: who reminds you the most of Jesus in your life? What is the most surprising thing that has ever happened to you? What is one thing that you like much more about Haiti than the US? How do you achieve such a bright smile? Would it be more fun to watch your mom play the guitar and sing or watch your dad run 13 miles?

  4. Hey Isaac! I am impressed by your dedication to write and respond to these questions during your summer vacation! As a teacher, I am inspired to see your dedication to learning and using such an expansive vocabulary. I will be traveling to Haiti in just a few weeks to provide training for teachers. What advice would you have for me in teaching Haitian teachers how to inspire kids to become thinkers like you?


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