Today we awoke to thick fog and it stayed mostly cool the rest of the day.
Our goal was to finish as much of the projects we could…and we accomplished that goal.
We were able to finish the paint on the buildings that they wanted us to do. It was a lot of paint, hot days, but the students did great!
Another group went to Hannah’s house to finish the stucco with as much as we could. The husband will be finishing the job on Saturday. we left him with supplies to finish the job. It is a joy to see them get excited about what color they want to paint their house.
Lastly we finished pouring the concrete slab at our house. It was a lot of work and we got very dirty.
Once back at the orphanage the students had time to play with the kids one last time.
Tonight we are hearing from the Russian refugee family that is staying at our house until they can legal cross into the US. They have two small boys.
When they cross in a few weeks they will be landing in Marin County, at BayMarin Church.
Tomorrow we will begin our journey home. We plan to leave here at 10 am. It will take about 45 minutes to the border. The wait in line could take 45 min or 4 hours. I will post on here when we have crossed.
Please monitor the flight status on your end to see if the plane is delayed or not.
The students have been amazing this week with great attitudes and great personalities and great work ethics. We are so grateful for each one. Thank you for entrusting us with them this week. We love them all.