On Friday, we started out at a school for upper-middle class students. The kids were so well behaved! Many of us got to talk to some of them, which was fun. We ate sandwiches on the bus on our way to a church in a poor area. We did another health clinic there with at least twice as many people attending than we had expected. We had problems with the language barrier and felt like we couldn't do as much for them as we would have liked. At the same time, it was nice to know that we were able to be the hands of God and give the people supplies they cannot always afford, like soap and toothbrushes.
We ask that you continue to pray for us. We have another clinic to run today and will go to Rio Bamba tomorrow, which is a very poor area of Ecuador, about 3-4 hours south of Quito.