-Peter DruckerAmerican (Austrian-born) management writer (1909 - 2005)
I have to say that today the Air Force got their money's worth out of me. I officially worked my butt off and I am now very tired. Let me show you some of my handy work. It is hard to appreciate but everything you see had to be unpacked, put together, moved, etc. and this is just one of the many rooms.We had some fun with some of the kids around the clinic. I was able to hand out some of our donated supplies. They really appreciated it.
For lunch we gave our interpreters some money and they went out and bought us some naan and lamb kabobs. It was really good.
Seeing all of the kids at the clinic inspired me to open up all of the boxes of donated goods that I have received and create a bunch of little care packages to give out tomorrow to kids. The bags are a mixture of notebooks, pens, markers, candy (a lot of candy), cloths- hats, gloves, and socks. I was able to make about 20 bags. Each bag is enough for an entire family with 3-4 children. My goal, and I am not sure whether or not I can do it, is to deliver them to families that my interpreter refers to as nomads. They officially are the poorest of the poor. The basically are homeless. They live in makeshift tents in empty dirt lots. It will not be safe enough for me to deliver the supplies but my interpreter said that he would be happy to deliver them for me. I will have him take my camera. Here I am putting the bags together.Thanks for reading.