Manuel and I set out for Xepol, hoping that it would be a dry day. Our drive was good, even thought we hit a area with some mist, it did not last long.
Everyone is flying kites, getting ready for the November 2 celebration.
We had 12 patients and I was pleased with that number but two of them concerned me a lot.
The other day, I had pigs helping me with the clinic. Today, I had sheep.
Outside the children were playing, with their kites.
Another lady has a neck mass that has been growing for nine months. Since it did not cause her any pain, they did not see a need to visit a doctor. I hope that this lady will go and have a biopsy.
So, that was my day.................................tomorrow, I will go to Antigua and get my passport. It has a stamp that will last me until I fly back in December, which is not too far away!