Sheila is the girl I wanted to be in high school. She was kind, brilliant, gorgeous, thoughtful, and truly had a heart for God. My husband once joked “well, why didn’t you just marry Sheila if you think she’s so perfect?” While she’d be the first to tell you that she’s not perfect (yes, she’s humble too … add that to her list of attributes) she was and is a totally awesome person. I am so blessed by her friendship and I am thankful to be able to support her in her latest admirable activity – spending a year working as a registered nurse at the Children of the Promise children’s home in Haiti. She has already been there for three months and, in a few short days, she’ll be returning to Haiti for the next year. You can follow her adventure on her blog and I promise, you’ll fall in love with her and her beautiful heart too.
Sheila, thank you for being you. Your honesty, your compassion, your sense of humor … I simply adore it all. I will continue praying for your time in Haiti and I know that you will bless all those you come into contact with, just as you have blessed me with your friendship.
“You, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh; rather, serve one another humbly in love.”