Today was an interesting day. First things first, we decided that Julie is now Dory. Second, we only had half our team today as four of us went with New Life and three of us were with/at Musana. Laura and Hannah were going to talk with some people in a nearby village about trauma, while Tamara was feeling under the weather, so she stayed and got some good rest! Julie, Sue, Emma, and I (Sam) went with Andrew Wambi and New Life clinic to the village of Nambala to do another medical clinic like we did on Wednesday. This time we got to have Umar join us, which is always fun. Things were a bit more organized today, so that there wasn't as much crowding inside the clinic room. Throughout the day the four of us swapped around managing the malaria testing station, which meant that Julie did most of the pricking since she was so much better than I was. After making a few babies cry, I demoted myself to test prep and results. After lunch Emma got to play with tons of kids and had a blast showing them our version of jump rope! Unfortunately we weren't able to see all of the people today, but were able to get home on time to the smiling faces of the rest our team as we drove in. Over dinner we got to share about both days, and it turns out theirs was pretty eventful too! While Laura and Hannah thought they were meeting with people at Musana, it turned out that they were driven (by boda boda-lucky dogs!) to the village so they could speak with some parents about trauma. With the help of a translator, they were able to talk with the people about trauma, breathing exercises, night terrors, and other things that were asked. Hannah and Laura had a really sweet example and visual of a mustard seed in a small jar, to remind them how Jesus uses our small "yes" to create big life, like a big tree from a small seed. I'm sure there is so much more to share from their day, but I wasn't there unfortunately and can't retell it as well. We had Rolex again for dinner, which we've had for lunch and dinner about three days in a row now-I'm still not tired of it though ;p Now we are just enjoying the evening and getting things in order from today and for the rest of the trip. Time is going by so fast here, and I can't believe Friday's already over. It'll be so hard to leave when the time comes, so I'm choosing denial until the last minute!