|Setting up for the clinic.|
I finished reading the Jungle Book and took a break from my work to take pictures of the clinic before I started my math. Thank goodness I took that opportunity. Outside of my room, it was extremely interesting. The organizers of the clinic had split the courtyard up into six stations, each station operating in a certain specialty of medicine. In the middle of the room patients would sit and wait. I climbed up to the second floor to get some good shots through a tree looking down on the clinic. I had a blast taking in the culture through my camera lens. I was walking around the clinic, when Will (another photographer) came to me with a message from Mom. Gulp, pencils to the paper!
I focused and had all my math completed by 3:00. I was feeling the urge to help out the local culture, so I offered to help Kate (Rob’s girlfriend). Her station was focused on recording blood pressure and oxygen saturation, the percent of oxygen in the patient’s blood. I had fun listening to all the patient’s stories and helping them with there health problems. Tomorrow I will help Dad and Mom with some more urgent problems. I am excited to work with my parents and help the culture in a new way.
Thank you for reading Rohan Geographic!