Our time with the kids was amazing. A puppet show, singing, dancing and a craft project kept everyone busy and fully entertained. This was a rare treat for them. The kids (and few women who live in the home) were so hungry for physical touch. This is understandable when they are considered “untouchable”. The soaked up the hugs & high fives and interactive games. It was an evening well spent giving to and loving them. Many of the team were overcome with tears as we left. Tears both over the fact that they are innocent victims of AIDS, but also tears of gratefulness that they have been given a wonderful home to live in and parents (Wilson & Elizabeth) who love them.
Check back tomorrow for Wednesday in Chennai-Street kids at the Park