Jaymie's Guestbook

13th January 2012

So interesting & informative
What an exciting trip! Your blog really give's one a sense of life in Ghana. I look forward to reading more about the wonderful work you are doing in the schools.
From Blog: Week 2
24th December 2011

Thank You Jenn!
Jenn, you are too kind! We are the ones who should be thanking you! You have done so much for us here at ELF. You're motivation and enthusiasm has enabled ELF to branch out and shine. Your trip to Ghana will not only continue the mission that ELF began, but the lives of the Ghanaian children and their communities will continue to improve - and yours will be changed forever! I wish you the best of luck. Embrace this opportunity and remember that you're limits are what you make them - so shoot for the sky! Never doubt that one person can change the world - because indeed it is the only thing that ever has! All of us here at ELF are standing behind you! Safe travels! All our best, Jaymie Lanera and everyone at ELF
24th December 2009

Hi Princes
Every time I go into your web site I see more and more pictures and am amazed at that you have accomplished. Your mother would be sosososos proud of you. I wish somewhere you would put your mother's maiden name (Nolletti) in there somewhere. It could help in the long run. I am going out now 12 noon 12/24th. Back later. If you get a chance call me later to set a date to go shopping before I leave 12/31st. Tell Kristin I said hello and Merry Christmas. F\ Both of you Enjoy your gift from us for Christmas. Fire up that Grill. Love you sosososos much. Nana
16th October 2009

Your work in Ghana is amazing, you are truly being the change you wish to see in the world! You have truly inspired me, and i will keep you in mind once I am able to volunteer in Ghana.
21st June 2009

Hello, I visited the OSU for a week ago. I work as stewardess and visit in my free time at location oft children homes all over the world. I was shocked about the staff that was working there and the way they were treating the babies. The just let them lay on the cold stone floor in there on pie and shit. I had the feeling that there were also many sick children that needed extra help. But there was no affection and no love at all. Lather I saw that there were selling my donations to visiters that came by with there own car. I have a really bad feeling about this organisation. What is your feeling about this organisation and is there anything I can do? Greetings Suzanne
29th April 2009

Hey! I'm here, and I'm so happy to be back in touch! You'll be hearing from me, I'm sure!
18th April 2009

31st March 2009

Hey! I know you don't know me but I'm going to be going to be living with Mrs. Caroline Antwi in a few months for 12 weeks this summer. I was wondering if you had any advice for me, I would love to talk =)
23rd March 2009

Will deposite 100.00 in your acct. today. Use it for the most needed. NL
17th March 2009

Seeing the love and friendship you generate at home this is no shock. We kinda love you that much too !!
16th March 2009

How amazing to have that kind of love and appreciation. I am so happy for you Jay. What a great experience. You better come home!! I miss you. :)
16th March 2009

Slip N Slide
It sure looked like fun.
13th March 2009

your just fantastic
Hello Jaymie, your OLD father and my Old friend must be so proud of you dear. All the for you and a huge hug. Love from Pelle
10th March 2009

Jaymie you rock and its so cool that your doing this for the people there
26th February 2009

Grateful Dead
Hey Jaymie-- I've been following your advenutre through your dad's e-mails and your blog of today. We're all proud of what you're doing and thinking of you always. I will DEADicate our next Not DEAD Yet show to you and all the kids you're teaching and helping live better lives. Keep up the good work--there's nothing left to but Smile, Smile, Smile!! :) Michael
26th February 2009

Your the BOMB, BABY !!!
Never say die kiddo, thats what you instill in all of us. That one person CAN make a difference. I miss you
26th February 2009

I am so happy that you are enjoying all the differences there but please be very careful. I love you and am so proud of you! You have no idea.
From Blog: Ghana Night Life
25th February 2009

Hey, it's Jenna (the volunteer that left the day you arrived) I was searching for info about Ghana for a paper I am writing and came across your blog! That is so cool! I read through all of it. It is so exciting that the children are engaged with their French lessons. I am glad things are going so well for you! I can't wait to keep hearing about your trip! I really miss it there! Say Hi to everybody for me! -Jenna
18th February 2009

Miss u much love ;}
Well I definitely got a kick out of Aunty Jamaima ;} LOL!!!! It's really cute how the kids are now calling you Madame Jaymie...I really wish I could participate in such a volunteer experience. I miss u very much, but I am happy that things are going well my darling ;> Much love always!!!!! xoxoxoxoxoxoxo
18th February 2009

Jaymie I am so proud of you! I love reading about the important work you are doing- you are making the world a little better every day. Keep it up!!!
12th February 2009

Aunty Jemima
All we have are Jemimas Witnesses. Y'all want any pancakes?

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