Today is my last day here and it makes me sad. To be honest, I’m not very sentimental, but I found myself all choked up. I can’t remember the last time I cried, but tears rolled down my cheek…got emotional. You see everytime we pull up to the New Blood School the kids come running out excited and happy to see us, so leaving them is very sad. I feel terrible I can’t help them more right now. When I get home, Help is on the way for Haiti, help is on the way for Africa, but most Americans don’t know Burma is a country. I ask people all the time and they don't know what Burma is. The one’s who’ve heard of it, tell me it’s in Africa. One nitwit told me South America, so continued support is imperative. There’s no doubt we’re making a difference here, and we need all the help we can get. Even though it’s Sunday our workers were still out there finishing the foundation and continued digging the post holes for the support posts on the school as part of the renovation and improvement. Tomorrow they will start leveling the floor, first with dirt that they will compact, and later a 6 inch layer of concrete for the floor. Very productive first week overall! In 2 hours I get picked up to start the 7 hour drive back to Bangkok to catch the 21 hour flight back home.