“Three things” with Adriano at the Lighthouse

Adriano, who has lived at the Lighthouse since 2009, is known for his easygoing personality, a trait that enables him to get along well with everyone. Here is some insight into how he sees himself at age 17.

What are 3 things you are especially good at?

I’m good at algebra, social studies, and soccer.

What are 3 compliments you’ve received in your life?

I’m often told that I’m nice. My mom told me she likes when I help her. Kimberly told me I’m not a trouble maker.

What are 3 things you like about your body?

My head, my stomach, and my left foot (to make good shots in soccer!)

What are 3 difficulties you’ve overcome in your life?

When I passed to go to 8th grade, and when my class won the championships at school.

What are 3 ways you have helped someone?

I always helped Gervens when he was at our house. When Peterson had a fever, I was the one who put the compress on his head. When Kimberly’s at school, I’ll buy things for her.

What are 3 things that make you unique?

I serve people, I like to be obedient, and I respect people.

What 3 things do you value most?

School, church, and family.

What are 3 times you’ve made other people happy?

Mama Odette sent the younger boys on an errand, but they didn’t go, so I did the errand without her asking me. I told a joke about Toto in class and everyone laughed. When I carry water for my mom, that makes her happy.

Scindie Saint Fleur began as part-time psychologist for the Lighthouse in 2014, where she has built relationships with each child and focused on family reunification. Scindie completed her degree in child psychology in 2017 and began working as part-time counselor at Grace Emmanuel School. In September 2020, Scindie moved to pursue an opportunity as a school psychologist for three schools in the southwestern arm of Haiti.