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…and the tradition continues as team 2 presents:
“the ABCs of an India mission trip.”
-A is the Ambulance that acts as our bus,
-wasn’t a Boar, but a tiger!! Big fuss! (sorry group 1.)
-C is the Chapel that starts off each day,
-Dung’s everywhere, often mixed with hay.
-English is spoken in both of the schools,
-the Food’s been amazing and everyone drools.
-the indian people are a Gentle sort,
-Honking the Horn is a national sport.
-n-ICU, full of tiny babies,
-Jackals like tigers are no longer maybes (seriously team one, not trying to rub it in).
-Kingfisher…it’s both a bird and beer,
-Lots of tb cases are treated here.
-bath-in-a-bucket is how Most Mornings begin,
-Nirmal takes bus 3 for its daily spin.
-Outpatients are treated in the “ODP,”
-slow down because Presence is a ministry!
-Quiet? i’d say mungeli can’t do it,
-Roti or Rice? just add curry to it!
-Sir is what everyone here calls the boss,
-Taj Mahal’s stunning. no words. at a loss.
-“Unity and diversity” speak with one voice,
-Vishnu, Vibrant, pure Veg. tough choice.
-White House hotel, our Delhi address,
-X-ray tech Sarah shares the guesthouse mess.
-YouTube for how-to’s on Indian chow,
-Zero: how many times we’ve eaten a cow. (hey, it’s gotta rhyme.)
Sent from my iPhone so odd speellings and ranDom capitaliZAtion happen.
E. J. and Stephanie in the OR
The group with Chris, volunteer coordinator and head of quality control.
Early morning school bus pick up.
Out on the town with guardian angels.