Before I came to Haiti, my Dad asked me if I believed it was the will of God for us to go. I said, "Yes". After I came to Haiti I wanted to go home. I was homesick. I missed my dog and I still miss my dog.
I cried the first night.
After a while, I got used to Haiti. I was glad I came to Haiti because I got new friends, I like the food and I learned about complaining.
I learned that what ever you have- be thankful for it. I also learned that some people don't have their own clothes; they share clothes but they are thankful for it. I learned that when you don't have something you really want, but you have something be thankful for it. For example, every other night these kids watch a movie, but for three nights in a row they didn't have sound, just subtitles. They were still thankful for it. They don't have a Nintendo DS; they just have Mancala, which they play with rocks and chalk. In America we play it with a board and marbles, but they are still thankful for it.
In conclusion, stop complaining and be thankful. That's what I have learned.