Well, I guess this is a bit late by now. I'll blame it on the weather. For a few days it was cloudy and misting all day. And Monday was the first time since I've been here that I felt cold.
We had to bring our own food for the trip this time, so I packed some sliced ham, a bag of chips, butter, mustard, peanuts, biscuits, and bread. I had plenty to eat, especially considering that one of the residents cooked hamburgers for $2 each. Mine was really good, with all kinds of stuff on it (yes mom, I managed to eat some tomatoes and ketchup).
Teaching was about the same as the past weeks - more coloring, glue, and glitter. We played soccer a few times, and I got to be the goalie. I guess I blocked about 1/2 of the shots.
Sunday morning myself, Kristen from Tennessee, and James from Australia gave presentations about our states/counties to the 3rd to 6th graders. We ended up talking for about an hour. In planning for that last week, I was really glad that I had some smart people at home looking out for me. Grandma Jean had sent me some newspaper clippings about Medora and the drought, and I had some post cards that are gifts for later (though most of those featured South Dakota, but were still interesting).