I hope not!!! Wilkenson is still in the PauP Hospital & hasn’t had surgery. They got the last of the needed blood on Saturday, everything closes on Sundays & surgery was supposed to happen today. The doctor saw him this morning & said everything is set for the surgery… just need to put the blood in a different fridge over night!!! Can you believe that??? So the blood is “chilling” overnight & the surgery will likely take place tomorrow.

In the meantime we have another child, Shelove, who has got a nasty skin infection in some very painful areas! I am headed to the hospital in Leogane tomorrow morning & I’m praying it will be a very different experience than Port-au-Prince.

Here’s a picture of Shelove:

On a more positive note, Darcy’s team is hopeful their container will arrive in the next few days. If all goes well it will be released from customs tomorrow & arrive in Grand Goave Wednesday evening. Here’s a couple of pictures of what they’ve been up to…

Renel, Greg & Manno… after a long work day!

Gary, Clive, Terry & Daniel… digging the holes for the playground

Here’s one of the holes up close…

Clive after digging his last hole for today…

Darcy teaching Louson how to fix a generator…

Coconut break!!!

Little Enock getting his share of the coconut…

The kids pretending to be scared of Clive’s sparks…

Fritzon’s not much of an actor :)

And it would be impossible for 5 guys to clean the grounds without building a big fire!

Darcy’s team has only been here for 1 week & barely touched the work they were expecting to do (b/c the container has been delayed) but they’ve already been a huge blessing!!! I know some of their family are following this blog this week so THANK YOU for sharing your boys with us… and be prepared for them to come home very tired!!