Words can hardly explain what this first week in Nyamirombo has been like. Everyone in the community has welcomed us with open arms and have been nothing but as helpful as possible. I've already made a few good friends that I know I will keep in touch with when we leave. The Turi Kumwe summer camp has been a huge success so far. Over 75 kids from the orphanage, from the streets, and some who had left Nyamirombo have traveled back just to attend the camp and be around some of their old friends. The camp has been able to provide everyone participating with milk in the morning, and a full lunch in between the morning and afternoon sessions. The kids are all very excited to be learning how to play basketball. Even with the clothes and shoes we were able to bring over, many of them still do not have shorts, socks, or even shoes, so we have been working hard to try and make sure they all have at least those things to be able to comfortably participate. To them it is no problem though, they are happy to be playing with or without socks or shoes. Basketball is my passion, and it is truly a blessing to be able to teach kids that are so eager and willing to learn how to play. I wish we had more than two weeks here because the time is flying..