Cory very nicely kept me up-to-date by phone the last couple of days.
The younger boys lost a match on Friday but the other three teams advanced.
Good food. Four games going at once making for a noisy gym.
Cory and Jean Pierre bought water when needed for our teams.
Spoke to Anna for just a minute this morning--said that things were much better than she expected.
She was the only white player...and being close to 6 foot I imagine was noticed by most everyone there.
They were to be ready for breakfast by 6 a.m. but Cory said they were up earlier.
Cory called just after 9 p.m. with the final results.
Anna's team won finals. The older guys also won but Cory said it was a much closer match...they had to battle for the win as the other team was very good at blocking spikes.
The last team to play in the finals consisted of the older girls...who while they won one game could not win the tie breaker and lost by 5 points.
The plan for tomorrow is for the bus and Cory to be on the road at 6 a.m.
Cory needs to stop at the Ortlip Center to drop off the Konsey books that need to go to the National church office.
Cory said Anna did very well. Will be fun to hear her stories and see the pictures/video that Cory took.
Tomorrow is a holiday in Haiti so Happy Agriculture Day to those of you who farm, love trees, or garden.
[Remember me battling with the hunger caterpillars? Look at my pretty flowers that I saved!]