I often come home from trips to Haiti with questions. I have a list of things that I am hoping to find out one of these days.
One of the things I ponder is this: How do the mothers keep their little girls in bright white socks? I never managed to accomplish this when my kids were young, even with a washing machine and expensive cleaning products.
Depending on the weather, Terre Blanche is a dusty or muddy place. Homes do not have running water, much less a washing machine. But at church and school, I see little girls wearing freshly washed clothes and their socks are bright white.
How to they do it? If I find out I will let you know.
by Greta McKinney, HFH board member