Yesterday was a day off on the lake. We visited San Antonio de Polopo and Santiago. We visited the church that Father Stan Rother was martyred in during the war.
Today is our 2nd to last day of clinic. I am not sure whre we are going but that never seems to be a problem. We have had good clinics with a moderate amount of patients. I have noticed over time that there are fewer patients coming in with wheezing. I have to believe that is as a result of stoves in more of the homes. Good work San Lucas Mission!
Other than the stoves there has been a lot of changes within the mission. Katie Wallyn and her father are going to be great assets for the mission in particular for the medical portion of it for us. The vision they hve for the people is amazing. As we spoke with them you could see the love and concern Katie and her father Christopher have for the people of Guatemala.
As always, I am loving my time here. I think we have melded with our new members. Everyone on our team incĺuding our teenaagers have enjoyed getting to know our Guatemalan friends young and old.