A family with a few small girls came in last night. Two of them were co-operative, sat down where we indicated, and let us change their shoes or give them clothes.
He came in with large open sores on his lower legs. His shoes were rubbing up against the sores. We got him cleaned up, and with new socks and shoes that would not touch his calves. His eyes lit up when I smiled at him.
Sadly, refugees along the route are given little or no opportunities to avail themselves of the hygiene facilities we all take for granted.
Confession. I really liked this girl. I actually did not want to put her down.
After we gave this little refugee boy his new clothes and mittens, he began to walk around the room handing out out mittens to everyone else inside.