Greetings! Today we enjoyed our second to last day in Choma. After a peaceful day of rest and fun the team was ready to get back to Choma General Hospital to teach HBB. We went to the hospital thinking we would have a small morning class. To our surprise there were 34 people waiting to take our class before we arrived! We followed our motto of being flexible, adaptable, and having a sense of humor and created a room to accommodate all of our eager learners. While the morning class was going on we were informed that word had spread and more people wanted to take the class in the afternoon and Thursday morning. We are thrilled that our message has reached so many Zambians. After a fun day of teaching we went back to the golden pillow where we entertained one another with song and skit. Marc, Jen and I (Amy) performed a group roast skit involving him being a laboring mother. Robin sang a TPM song with Linda and Melissa were back up dancers. Jen and I added out own moves as well. Leonard had the whole group involved in a group song and dance. We have been blessed this entire trip and are looking forward to teaching another class and heading to Livingstone.
Amy and Tiny People Matter team