This morning we got up, had breakfast, then were on the road by 9 to go to the village of Wema. It is only about 10 miles from where we are staying but the majority of the roads are dirt and extremely bumpy so it took a while to get there. When we got there, I was a little overwhelmed. There were so many people and everyone lived in mud huts. Actually to be honest, I felt like I was in a National Geographic magazine! It was really cool to see how the people there live. We started the clinic a few minutes after we got there. There are 3 doctors, 4 nurses, 3 lab technicians, and they rest of us were in the pharmacy. The day was very busy and a little tiring. But one good thing is that now I think I can read a doctors handwriting!! Some of the people in our group took some time to play with the kids, and that was a lot of fun to watch. Simple things like blowing bubbles, amused the kids so much. I’ve never heard so much joyful yelling and laughter J We finished the clinic around 4 pm, packed up and drove back to the YWCA. After dinner, we repacked the medicines again (they got pretty disorganized) and then we went to bed. Tomorrow is another clinic in a village a few miles past the one we were in today. I went to bed tonight feeling really satisfied with the work done for the day.