In the morning our facilitator called us and let us know that she was better and that we could bring the children so we all went. It was 98 degrees fahrenheit. I realize that on those hot Michigan days before we came when it was even hotter, we stayed in or went out in the air-conditioned car or drove to an air-conditioned store or building. But here, we walk up and down hills, took the subway and then waited for a bus each way and then walked to the hospital from the bus stop. We were hot and tired and even grouchy when we got home. Lots of opportunities for grace and God's strength when we run out. We had picked up some groceries on the way home and walked the mile or so back from the store. Gord bore the burden of the groceries and his backpack with camera for us. On the way home we found a great way to cool off! There was a fountain on the street and there were local children playing in it. I don't know that this happens all the time but in the extreme heat, no-one was minding. Our children got up into it with some encouragement from us. After that, some young adults even climbed in for a quick cool off.